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Up at the Villa Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters Three and Four Summary

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Chapters Three and Four Summary

As the party draws to an end, a plate is sent around to the guests who wish to tip the violinist. Most drop in a five or ten-lira note but Mary puts in one hundred, drawing a comment from Rowley. Mary points out that he doesn't expect it, meaning the tip will mean a great deal to him. When the princess asks Mary to give Rowley a ride to his hotel, Mary finds she can't reasonably refuse and agrees to do so. When they arrive, Rowley asks Mary to take a drive into the country before dropping him off. When she hesitates, he asks if she's afraid of him or afraid of the country, prompting her to agree. As she drives, he asks if she's going to marry Edgar. She says that Edgar has proposed but that she hasn't yet answered...

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