Villette - Chapter 18, We Quarrel Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18, We Quarrel Summary

A few days pass before Graham asks Lucy about Ginevra, but when he finally asks if Lucy has heard from her, Lucy responds that she is not that intimate with Miss Fanshawe. Graham believes that Lucy is jealous of Ginevra's friends, the Cholmondeleys. He assures Lucy that the Cholmondeleys are empty people, and eventually Ginevra will realize this and return to Lucy as a friend. Lucy is not happy that Graham thinks she is jealous, since she does not care about Ginevra, but she says nothing. Graham goes on to say that he believes de Hamal is worthless, but Ginevra is deluded about him. Lucy loses her temper and says that Graham is a good, clear-sighted man, but he is the one who is deluded in regard to Miss Fanshawe. He does not have Lucy's respect on that point. She leaves the room...

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