Wideacre - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

Beatrice's pain and nightmares lessen and one night she has a dream that she encounters Ralph by the river. They make love but when he raises up above her, it is Harry. Beatrice says that dreaming of Harry is "natural and right" because they are constantly together in their work on Wideacre. One day, Beatrice is kept home when the Haverings are expected for a visit. Beatrice chafes at the afternoon inside, knowing that Harry will not be overseeing the reapers. Celia Havering asks Beatrice if she would care to go for a ride and Beatrice seizes the opportunity. They ride to where Harry is working. Beatrice notes that Celia is obviously taken with his good looks, realizing why Celia wanted to go for a ride. Harry is allowing the reapers to range far from each other, meaning there are wide...

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