Wideacre - Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Chapters 9 and 10 Summary

Harry writes that mama had not expected the estate to require so much attention, a fact Beatrice had known but not been able to do anything about in her haste to be certain Harry and Celia were not alone. She then walks a tightrope of lies, making it evident that Celia's health is too poor for them to travel but not so bad as to warrant that someone come for them. Then it is too late for a winter crossing, then Celia's time is so near that they dare not travel. Beatrice, upon learning the child is a girl, pushes it to Celia and refuses to have anything to do with the child, ordering that the "brat" be taken away. Celia takes the child away, accepting at face value that Beatrice does not want to bond with the baby she will...

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