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Wives and Daughters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 41-45 Summary

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Chapter 41-45 Summary

Chapter 41, Gathering Clouds

Mrs. Gibson comes home from London where she has had a wonderful time, and some time later Cynthia returns also.

Molly and Mrs. Gibson are talking to Miss Browning and she is telling Mrs. Gibson that Molly needs to be watched carefully and that she is telling her so because she was a friend of Molly's mother Mary. Mrs. Gibson takes offense to all of this because she always makes sure she does the same for Molly as she does for Cynthia. However, Miss Browning is talking about the Mr. Preston situation she thinks Molly is involved in, and is trying to send Molly a message that she will not allow a marriage between the two of them and will stand up in church if need be. Mrs. Gibson takes all of this as if Miss Browning is saying she is not...

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