The Story of Lucy Gault - Part 4, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 7 Summary

A visitor comes to Lahardane, and is talking to Everand in the drawing-room. When Lucy finds out, she is sure that it is Ralph. She changes her dress, brushes her hair, and prepares the tea to bring in. But it is not Ralph. It is Horahan. Lucy, in her disappointment, runs out. Everand is polite to Horahan and explains that everything is in the past, but that it would have been better if he had not come at all. Horahan confesses about everything that led up to that June night and all the torments of his soul. Lucy, meanwhile, is consumed by the fact that Ralph did not come, but she returns to the drawing room to tell Horahan about all the tragedies that have happened in her life because of what he did. In the end, she is unable to...

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