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The Well of Loneliness Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2: Chapters 20-23 Summary

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Book 2: Chapters 20-23 Summary

In chapter twenty, Angela and Stephen avoid each other for three weeks after Angela refuses to run away with Stephen. Angela is unhappy because this leaves her with no one but her angry husband, and Stephen is unhappy because she loves Angela and feels she cannot live without her. Puddle watches Stephen's emotional crisis and wants to help, but again she is afraid to say anything because of how Lady Anna might react. Finally Stephen gives in and asks for Angela's forgiveness. From that time on, Stephen goes out of her way to make Ralph happy and less suspicious of her friendship with Angela for Angela's sake.

In chapter twenty-one, the Crossbys go to Scotland while Stephen goes to Cornwall with her mother. Stephen is miserable the whole time, waiting anxiously for every letter from Angela. The letters are few and far between...

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