The Professor's House - Book 1, The Family, Chapter 4-5 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, The Family, Chapter 4-5 Summary

While St. Peter is working in his study on Tom Outland's journal, he is greeted by his daughter Rosamond, who offers to build him a new study at the new house. He turns down her offer because he does not want to leave his current study. Rosamond says that Augusta should at least remove her sewing forms from the study, but St. Peter says that the study is their room too, and that they have every right to stay. She then offers to provide an income for him out of the fortune left by Tom Outland. She says that it is what Tom would have wanted, and that it would allow St. Peter to focus on his writing. He turns her offer down, because he does not want his memories of Tom to be associated...

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