Wives and Daughters - Chapter 36-40 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 36-40 Summary

Chapter 36, Domestic Diplomacy

The Squire asked the ladies to come to lunch.

Later Mr. Gibson talked to Molly about how the lunch went and he asked her there was anything going on between her and Osborne and she assured him there was not.

Chapter 37, A Fluke, and What Came of It

One day Mr. Coxe came back to town. He had inherited his uncle's estate and had come back for Molly. But when he saw Cynthia it didn't take long for Mr. Coxe to fall in love with her. He asked Mr. Gibson it he could talk to Cynthia about marrying him and Mr. Gibson tried to tell him that she was engaged but he insisted that he thought she loved him back. Of course Cynthia told him no and he left, but Mr. Gibson was very upset with her for...

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