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Wideacre - Chatpers 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Chatpers 7 and 8 Summary

It is while Beatrice and Mama are visiting Havering Hall that Beatrice first hears of a one-legged man leading the bread riots as the poor angrily demand food for their starving families. It is during this visit that Celia admits that having a wedding trip had been her idea when Harry had been so sweetly gentle, but now his physical demands on her have made her regret that suggestion. It is Celia who says that the trip would be much more agreeable if only someone could come with them, and suggests Beatrice, who promises that she will. She brings up the subject during dinner, saying what a wonderful person Celia is, how sweet and gentle, and what a good wife she will make for Harry—all designed to make Harry realize what an undesirable wife she will be. Celia then...

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