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Venetia Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters Four and Five Summary

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Chapters Four and Five Summary

By the time that Venetia gets the letter that Damerel has sent about Aubrey, she is very worried. Aubrey had not come home for lunch, and she is scared that something is wrong. Because Aubrey values his independence and being treated as the equal of other boys his age, Venetia does not want to go searching for him yet. If it had turned out that nothing was wrong and he had simply lost track of time, it would have offended Aubrey to have Venetia out worrying over him. Venetia is trying to decide how much longer to wait when she gets the letter.

While Damerel would never wish that someone got hurt, he is glad for the excuse to send for Venetia. When he writes the letter, he writes it in a very formal manner. He wonders if she will get...

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