The Voyage Out - Chapter 23-27 Summary & Analysis

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Hirst has come over to the villa to try and escape Evelyn, who seems to have attached to him recently. Rachel and Hewet argue about whether or not they will go to tea at the hotel. Eventually, they make peace and decide that they will go have tea at the hotel with their friends after all, Rachel acquiescing to Hewet's wishes. Hirst follows them and, in a rare moment of emotional sincerity, forces out his congratulations and explains that he realized the meaning of life the morning after the dance, and that the meaning of life is love. Despite his practical concerns about Hewet and Rachel being married, Hirst is glad they are to be married because of the love they have for one another. Rachel and Hewet laugh and continue on their way, in much lighter spirits than before.

They have tea...

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