The Warden - Chapter 19, The Warden Resigns—Chapter 20, Farewell Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19, The Warden Resigns—Chapter 20, Farewell Summary

The next morning, Susan and Dr. Grantly try to convince Mr. Harding to put off going back to Barchester for at least another day. He surprises them again by insisting that he will take the afternoon train home. He sits down and writes his letter of resignation to the bishop. He catches his train, and Eleanor meets him at the train station. When he tells her that he is definitely resigning, she says that she is so glad that he is doing the right thing. They both try to adjust to the idea of living in poverty. Mr. Harding gets the furniture ready to sell, so that he can use the proceeds to pay Sir Abraham for his consultation.

Meanwhile, Dr. Grantly goes to see his lawyers and ask them what he can do. They...

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