Marguerite wakes up refreshed after a brief sleep. She feels good about the day that lies before her. Suzanne, the daughter of the Comtesse and an old school friend of Marguerite’s, is coming to visit. Although the Comtesse had forbidden Suzanne to speak to her, Marguerite intentionally asked Suzanne to come visit her in front of the Prince of Wales while they all were at the ball. The Comtesse, not wanting to cause the Prince to think ill of her, had granted permission to her daughter. Marguerite is looking forward to spending a few hours with her old friend and rehashing school...
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