Wideacre - Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

Philippa Gregory
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Chapters 15 and 16 Summary

The morning after Celia's objections, Beatrice notes that things are much as they have always been. The meal that night—with no wine, sherry or port—is strained and uncomfortable and Beatrice, who usually draws the others into conversation, is sulkily silent. After drinks, Beatrice tells Harry that there is a claim against them for water rights and that she wants him to look at a map with her. They go to the office and Beatrice tells Harry he must get control of Celia, but he says that she is adamant and that he cannot bring himself either to yell at her or hit her. Beatrice says that if John were to go away to a doctor, things could return to normal, and suggests that Harry talk to Celia about it. Harry does not return, but Celia does come...

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