The Wings of the Dove - Book Sixth: Chapters XVII - XXI Summary & Analysis

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Book Sixth: Chapters XVII - XXI Summary

It appears that Merton Densher had returned to London the previous day and had been met at the station by Kate. They have spent the morning together in order to discuss their future, and have run into Milly. Upon taking leave of Milly and Susie, Densher puts Kate in a carriage and takes a walk, in order to contemplate his situation and his future. For her part, Kate has determined to speak of his return to Maud and to request that he be allowed to visit.

Chapter eighteen finds Densher at Lancaster Gate, where he and Kate are allowed the privacy of a room to themselves. Knowing that Maud will never approve of their marriage, Kate is devising a plan, one that involves Densher seeing Milly. He believes, of course, that this behavior...

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