The Romance of the Forest - Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

Despite his wound and his surgeon's suggestion that he stay in bed, the Marquis makes plans to travel back to his villa. Theodore, meanwhile, tells his physician the details of his relationship with the Marquis and the reasons why he left his regiment. The physician tries to help Theodore by telling the Marquis his wound is serious. Instead of eliciting the remorse the physician had hoped the Marquis would show for Theodore's condition, the Marquis instead is angrier at the young man. As promised, the Marquis has Theodore taken into custody and removed from the inn that night.

In chapter fourteen, Adeline is taken back to the abbey. Although La Motte tells Adeline that he pities her, he says that it is out of his power to help her. Adeline is then locked into her room in the abbey. The valet...

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