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The Warden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7, The Jupiter—Chapter 8, Plumstead Episcopi Summary

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Chapter 7, The Jupiter—Chapter 8, Plumstead Episcopi Summary

After Eleanor reproaches John, both of them feel bad about it and want to go back to one another. John tells himself that it is too late for that, since so many people are now involved. Indeed, Mr. Harding's greatest fears come to pass, and there is a scandal. Not only is everyone in town talking about it, but The Jupiter, the biggest newspaper in England, prints an article about Barchester. The article viciously attacks Mr. Harding, portraying him as a greedy, lazy man who eagerly holds out his hand to receive church funds, while doing nothing to earn them. Mr. Harding is absolutely horrified. He asks Dr. Grantly what answer he should give The Jupiter, and Dr. Grantly tells him that he must not give any kind of answer. He explains that any answer...

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