Tulip Fever - Chapters 30-32 Summary & Analysis

Deborah Moggach
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In Chapter 30, Cornelis looks through the baby things that he has saved from his infant sons. He has stored them in his vault. Sophia’s stomach has started to swell, but she will not let Cornelis touch her. Because he has experienced loss in the past, being able to feel the baby move would help to relieve his anxiety.

When Cornelis goes upstairs, he sees that Maria and Sophia have a gypsy woman in the house. Maria lies on a bench with the gypsy woman standing over her. When Sophia sees Cornelis, she says the gypsy can predict if the baby is a male or female. When the gypsy holds her dangling ring over Sophia’s baby, the ring indicates the child will be a boy. Cornelis notices Sophia and Maria both look shocked, but he is not sure why.

Sophia reminds Cornelis...

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