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The Warden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11, Iphigenia—Chapter 12, Mr. Bold's Visit to Plumstead Summary

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Chapter 11, Iphigenia—Chapter 12, Mr. Bold's Visit to Plumstead Summary

Eleanor decides that the best course of action is for her to go see John Bold and beg him to stop persecuting her father. Inspired by the mythical Iphigenia, she feels that she must sacrifice herself in order to save her father, so she concludes that she must tell John that they can never get married. Eleanor goes over to John's house, and learns from Mary that he should be back in a few hours. While they wait for John, Eleanor tells Mary of her resolution, but Mary does not understand why Eleanor and John can not get married, and encourages her to rethink her decision. Eleanor cries and makes Mary promise to stay in the room with her when John is there.

John comes home while Eleanor is trying to...

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