The Story of Lucy Gault - Part 6, Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Part 6, Chapter 1 Summary

Quite a bit of time has passed, and Lucy is now living alone. She spends her days quietly. She remembers how she visited Horahan, which she did for 17 years, every fortnight until he died. She had walked in his funeral procession. She remembers Ralph and how he liked colors. She'd reminisce and doze. This day, two nuns visit her. They were moved by her loyal friendship to the man she might have condemned and have been her faithful visitors since then. They talk about everyday things. Lucy mentions that Lahardane might be turned into a hotel once she's gone. The nuns do not like to hear this, but the idea does not bother Lucy. At the end of the morning, they leave. In the afternoon, Lucy muses, and thinks of what she does not tell the nuns. She does not tell...

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