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Wives and Daughters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26- 30 Summary

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Chapter 26- 30 Summary

Chapter 26, A Charity Ball

At the dance Molly and Cynthia have a good time and dance most dances.

Chapter 27, Father and Son

Roger Hamley has written an article that has just been published in a scientific periodical, and Lord Hollingford has requested that he come for dinner at the Towers with them and meet with some man who wants to talk to him about the article. Squire Hamley is in one of his moods when he hears of the invitation and is very upset about him going so Roger declines the invitation.

Osborne tells more about his wife, Aimee, and how he meets her.

Chapter 28, Rivalry

After the ball Cynthia seems to become ill. Mrs. Gibson becomes upset with the amount of visits that Roger pays the Gibson home and one particular morning when he comes earlier than Mrs. Gibson thinks acceptable, she tells him...

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