Wolf by the Ears - October 1820 Summary & Analysis

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October 1820 Summary

Harriet receives a letter from Mr. Randolph after several months of wondering. Jefferson gives it to her. In it, Randolph asks after her studies and suggests she show the letter to Martha so that she can give Harriet his address to respond. Harriet does, and Martha makes her respond immediately. Another letter comes quickly, but Mr. Randolph does not want Harriet to show Martha this letter. He talks about Harriet's possible fiancy and how he might come see her next summer. Randolph then suggests that when he makes visits to Monticello in the future, they should not be seen together. He tells her to burn the letter, and Harriet does.

June 1821. Harriet has not had a chance to write in her journal because of her studies. Harriet has done well in her studies, and Mr. Randolph and Mr. Jefferson, as well as Sally...

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