The Wind Done Gone - Chapters 91-114 and Postscript Summary & Analysis

Alice Randall
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Chapters 91-114 and Postscript Summary

In Chapter 91, Cynara continues to feel ill.

In Chapter 92, R. arranges for the congressman to accompany Cynara back to Washington where she will see a doctor.

In Chapter 93, on the train, the congressman is very concerned with Cynara's comfort. When she asks him, the congressman tells her that he would have asked her to marry him if she had not married R. In fact, the congressman tells her that he is now engaged to another woman.

In Chapter 94, they arrive in Washington.

In Chapter 95, the congressman has found Cynara's journal and read it. Cynara feels betrayed and violated. The congressman tells Cynara that R. has never respected her based on some things he read in the journal.

In Chapter 96, the congressman takes Cynara to his sister's house where she is to stay while in Washington.

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