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Wives and Daughters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 31-35 Summary

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Chapter 31-35 Summary

Chapter 31, A Passive Coquette

Cynthia seems to be a little more depressed now, and Roger is always there for her. Mrs. Gibson seems to be encouraging this relationship

Roger is working on something to make money so he can be with Cynthia and help his father with his debts and his drainage system.

Chapter 32, Coming Events

Roger wants to make sure that the marriage between his brother and his French wife is legal, so he makes arrangements to have them remarried by ministers of both of their religious beliefs.

When Lady Harriet comes by for a visit, Mrs. Gibson finds out that Roger is being sent to Africa on a scientific jouney by Lord Hollingford.

Chapter 33, Brightening Prospects

Mr. Gibson is not sure if he should tell Roger about his brother's illness or not.

Mr. Gibson goes to Hamley Hall to talk to the Squire...

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