Whitney, My Love - Part 3, England 1820: Chapters 17-20 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, England 1820: Chapters 17-20 Summary

In chapter 17, Whitney wakes more determined than ever to marry Paul, even if they have to elope. Whitney asks Lady Anne how long she knew and is reassured when Lady Anne swears she did not find out until the contract was already arranged. When Clayton comes to visit Whitney, she goes down to him wearing a servant's dress because she does not want to wear the clothes for which she now knows Clayton paid. Clayton is outraged and demands she never wear such a rag again. Clayton tries to convince Whitney he will make her a good husband, but Whitney is too angry to see past the lies and the money her father accepted for her. Clayton simply asks Whitney to see past her anger and get to know Clayton for the man he is. In chapter...

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