The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - Chapters 22-28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22-28 Summary

In chapter twenty-two, Helen and Mr. Huntingdon are out riding with Lord Lowborough and Annabella Wilmot. Mr. Huntingdon tells Helen that Annabella is not in love with Lord Lowborough but is only marrying him for his title. Helen asks if Lord Lowborough is not marrying Annabella just for her fortune. Mr. Huntingdon tells Helen how Lord Lowborough lost his fortune by gambling and how he vowed never to gamble again, but then began drinking to excess. Lord Lowborough then realized he must stop drinking, but Mr. Huntingdon and his friends continually tempted him to return to drinking. Helen is outraged at Mr. Huntingdon's behavior and suggests that he tell Lord Lowborough what Annabella has told him, but he refuses. This causes Helen some doubt about her fiancé's character, but not enough to keep her from going through with the marriage.

In chapter twenty-three, Helen...

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