The Sea, the Sea - History 4, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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History 4, Part 1 Summary

In narration, Charles comments that he's writing about the events that happened some time previously. In other words, he's no longer writing a diary but a memoir, which means (as he says) that everything is much more reflected upon and considered. He recounts how the first few days after the visit with Hartley he was distracted from thinking and worrying too much by the arrival of Gilbert. Gilbert tells him Lizzie has left him, that he doesn't know where he is, and that he's come to see if he can be any sort of use to Charles, as a sort of servant. Charles accepts the offer, and for a few days they settle into what is superficially a very comfortable living arrangement, but is in fact a distraction for Charles from his worries about Hartley. Another distraction is provided by the...

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