The Sea, the Sea - History 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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History 3, Part 2 Summary

In the afternoon of the day of Rosina's visit, Charles sneaks his way into the garden at Niblett's and overhears a violent conversation between Hartley and Fitch, in which he is verbally and physically violent, and she is tearful and apologetic. He accuses her of planning to reunite with Charles behind his back and of lying to him their entire marriage. Their conversation contains passing and mysterious references to other lies in their past, to their having come to Narrowdean to make a new start, and to something not quite right about the appearance of Titus in their family. Fitch says at the conclusion of their argument that he's not going to end the relationship in the way he thinks she wants, but he's going to force her to stay in the marriage and take care of him.

Charles runs home...

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