Wives and Daughters - Chapter 6- 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6- 10 Summary

Chapter 6, A Visit to the Hamleys

Molly arrives at the Hamley's she reads poetry with Mrs. Hamley, who is always a bit ill, and talks about Mrs. Hamley's sons, Osborne and Roger, who are away at school.

Chapter 7, Foreshadows of Love Perils

Miss Eyre, Molly's governess,has a nephew who has gotten scarlet fever. She needed to stay with him, so Mr. Gibson asked Mrs. Hamley if Molly could stay with her a while longer until Miss Eyre could get back. Mrs. Hamley was glad to have her stay but Squire Hamley on the other hand was not happy about it.

Chapter 8, Drifting into Danger

Roger Hamley came home from school, Osborne, stayed with some friends at Cambridge. Roger told his parents Osborne had not done as well at school as they had all hoped, his mother was upset and his...

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