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The Well of Loneliness Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 4: Chapters 35-39 Summary

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Book 4: Chapters 35-39 Summary

In chapter thirty-five, Stephen is in France where she has become a member of Breakspeare Unit, a division of the French Army Ambulance Corps. Stephen is watching the women around her sleep, including the young woman in her lap, Mary Llewellyn. Stephen has taken the young woman under her wing to teach her the ropes and to protect her. Stephen thinks about the days before she left England, when she went home to visit Morton. Afterward, Stephen talked Puddle into going to Morton to live with Lady Anna, despite Puddle's reluctance to do so. Stephen is called back to reality when the alarm goes up. Stephen takes Mary and goes to the front lines, picking up soldiers from the poste de secours. Stephen and Mary makes this trip dozens of times for more than twenty-four hours, as they have done hundreds of times...

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