Wives and Daughters - Chapter 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21-25 Summary

Chapter 21, The Half-Sisters

Mr. Osborne spends a lot of time talking with Mrs. Gibson. He talks of absences from the Hall, and Molly cannot help but think of the secret. Mr. Osborne does not act like a married man.

The Miss Brownings have invited Molly and Cynthia to their house for tea and a round game afterwards.

When they arrive Roger is also there. When Roger is introduced to Cynthia he spends most of the rest of the evening talking to her.

When the girls get home they find out that Mr. Preston has come by for another visit. The man who is managing the Hollingford property is getting old and they are having Mr. Preston take care of it as well as the Ascombe property.

The next day Roger comes by the Gibson home to see Molly. He tells her that Mrs. Gibson has...

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