Wideacre - Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

John rushes back from Scotland, travel weary and dirty, just a week after Richard is born. He unwraps the baby, looks him over carefully and declares that he is not early as Beatrice has claimed. John knows that the child cannot be his. John asks if she were carrying on with someone else while they were courting and Beatrice, through a series of lies and omissions, says that it was the smuggler and that she was forced. John tells her to give him some time and, realizing that she loves him as her equal, Beatrice hopes it will be so. John goes to the library and falls asleep, having drank too much on top of being so travel weary. Celia and Mama each go to bed early and Harry begins making demands on Beatrice. She declines but he finally insists and...

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