Wideacre - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

For three days, Beatrice is forced to help her mother prepare Harry's room for his homecoming before finding time to slip away with Ralph for an afternoon at the Fenny. Summer arrives and they spend many afternoons together, usually after Beatrice has handled whatever chores are given her that day. Beatrice dreads Harry's return, knowing that he is the true heir of Wideacre. However, Harry looks around for her, hugs her and holds her hand as they go inside. Beatrice soon finds herself afraid of Harry's learning. He asks about books and cannot believe she has read so little. She admits that some of the books are about farming, so not all are wasted. However, Harry immediately attaches himself to Beatrice so that she can seldom find time to meet Ralph.

One day, Beatrice and Ralph meet by chance along the...

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