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The Well of Loneliness - Study Guide Book 5: Chapters 40-46 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter forty, Mary and Stephen return to the house on Rue Jacob. That spring is a happy, relaxed time in which Stephen and Mary spend every waking hour trying to make each other happy. Stephen introduces Mary to Mademoiselle Duphot and her sister, Julie, pleased that they accept Mary so willingly.

In chapter forty-one, Stephen buys two new cars in order to drive Mary all over Paris. Stephen does all she can to spoil Mary, giving her new furniture for her room, taking her shopping, and going out to dinner as often as she likes. When at home, Mary begins to rescue birds from local pet stores and one day she brings home a dog that she names David.

In chapter forty-two, Lady Anna asks Stephen to visit Morton to go over business, but omits any mention or invitation to Mary. Stephen...

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