The Voyage Out - Chapters 7-12 Summary & Analysis

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The Euphrosyne arrives in the bay, with the Ambroses, Vinraces, and Dalloways on board. They go to the house, which was offered to them by Helen’s brother. They are greeted by a Spanish-speaking housekeeper and some pigs that are being kept in the house. The refined English sensibilities of their original housekeeper, who has come with them from the Euphrosyne, are shocked. They tell Mr. Pepper that he should journey on, because it will be more exciting, but he takes the hint that they do not want his company, and he takes a room at the hotel nearby, where many other Englishmen/women are staying. Helen gives Rachel her own room, which gives her space to read and practice the piano. Helen notices Rachel maturing and growing into her own mind, developing her taste in books and learning to enjoy solitude with...

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