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The Well of Loneliness - Study Guide Book 5: Chapters 51-56 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter fifty-one, Mary takes the deaths of Jamie and Barbara hard. Mary cannot overcome it and she often discusses it with Stephen in an attempt to understand. At the same time, Stephen turns to Valerie Seymour for understanding. Their opinions differ, but Stephen finds some comfort in the ability to discuss these things with someone who will listen and provide their own opinions.

In chapter fifty-two, Stephen receives a letter from Martin Hallam telling her he is in Paris and would like to renew their friendship. Stephen immediately calls him and sets up a dinner date. Mary is pleased to meet someone who knew Stephen before she did, and she comes to like Martin. The dinner is a pleasant one. Stephen finds that Martin has realized what her true nature is and has accepted her for what she is. This includes her...

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