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

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Part 2, Chapter 2 Summary

Lucy is done with Mr. Aylward's school. She spends her days reading the old books that line the drawing room bookcases, Henry and Bridget continue being her companions, but Mr. Sullivan and Canon Crosbie are concerned about her solitary life. Bridget explains to Canon Crosbie that, as unusual as it is, this is the way things are. She also explains that Lucy is waiting for her parents' return. Canon Crosbie is appeased only when he finds out that Lucy is learning how to keep the bees. He feels that at least she is doing something. Mr. Sullivan finds himself still dwelling on how he might have handled everything better or that, at least, he shouldn't have promised that everything would be all right. Lucy, meanwhile, accepts what has happened and just waits. She does not feel lonely or unhappy.

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