The Story of Lucy Gault - Part 1, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 2 Summary

This scene opens after Everand discovers Lucy's clothes on the beach--clothes that had been hidden by the dog. Everand mistakenly believes these to be the clothes she was wearing the day she ran away. He assumes that she had gone swimming and been taken by the tide. The fishermen of the town report that they did not seen anything at sea, and they believe that she has been eaten by sharks and will never be seen again. Lucy's parents are devastated, and, unable to stay in the house that has so many memories, they decide to leave as planned. Instead of taking the rented flat in England, however, Heloise tells Everand that she wants to keep going. Everand, whose only concern is his wife's well-being, acquiesces. The address he left both Henry and his solicitor, Mr. Sullivan, was the one in...

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