Women in Love - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

In Chapter 29, Ursula and Birkin take the ferry across the channel, and then the train south through France to Austria. The trip is surreal for Ursula, the whole world is gray and shifting, and Birkin is the only reality for her. When they arrive in Innsbruck, Gerald and Gudrun are there, and Gudrun says that Gerald had romanced all the women in Paris while they were there. All four of the Englishmen are glad to be out of England. They take a train to Hohenhausen, further into the mountains, and then a sledge from there, to another cabin further. The narrator describes the cabin as being in the navel of the earth, with the mountains all around. There is still a strong opposition between Gerald and Gudrun, and "he would destroy her rather than be denied." (p. 493).

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