The Story of Lucy Gault - Part 4, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 6 Summary

Lucy and Everand are having dinner, and Everand is rambling on about her clothes, and the clothes her mother wears. Lucy responds now and again as she plays with her food, and she thinks how foolish it was that she had waited all these years for this. Everand asks Lucy to go to the caves at Mitchelstown. Lucy acquiesces. On the day they go to the caves, Everand confesses to her about the letters he wrote but did not post, her mother's desire never to hear news from Ireland, and his desire to protect her. She has an epiphany about how mistakes should be put to right when there is still a chance. Lucy writes Ralph to come and visit Lahardane. Ralph reads this letter and cannot stop thinking of visiting her. He cannot escape his vision of her. The chapter...

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