The Scarlet Pimpernel

by Baroness Orczy

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In which chapters is Sir Andrew Ffoulkes mentioned? Orczy's  The Scarlet Pimpernel

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  • First introduced in Chapter Three of The Scarlet Pimpernel, Sir Andrew Ffloulkes is a friend of Sir Anthony, a popular guest at the inn owned by Mr. Jellyband that is the setting of the opening chapter. 
  • Then, in Chapter Four, it is revealed that Sir Andrew has accompanied the Comtesse de Tournay and her family as they have made their escape from France.  When speaking of his leader, the Scarlet Pimpernel, Sir Andrew's eye light with admiration.
  • In Chapter Nine, Sir Andrew and Sir Anthony have what they believe a private talk; however, one of the two strangers has remained, hiding under a table. Ironically, Sir Anthony warns Sir Andrew that they must be very careful as the new French Republic has sent spies to France, one of whom is a bitter man named Chauvelin.  When the men hear a noise at the door, they are struck on the heads and the contents of Sir Anthony's pockets are discovered, contents that reveal a message about Lady Blakeney's brother.
  • In Chapter Twelve, Sir Andrew attends a ball at which he is given a message.  Lady Blakeney notices that Sir Andrew burns a note written to him that has been passed to him by Lord Hastings.
  • In Chapter Thirteen, Lady Blakeney dances with Sir Andrew, whom she asks to attend her party, but he replies that he may have to leave London.
  • In Chapter Twenty, Lady Blakeney--Marguerite--plans to leave her home for Calais, France.  In order to do this, she must contact Sir Andrew and solicit his help. Here Sir Andrew experiences conflicting emotions.
  • In Chapter Twenty-One, Sir Andrew works to make arrangements for Marguerite Blakeney. Sir Andrew and Marguerite finally set sail for Calais, France.
  • In Chapter Twenty-Two, they arrive in France and Sir Andrew remember a crude little inn where they can go.
  • In Chapter Twenty-Three, Andrew must temperate the moods of Marguerite, reminding her to control her emotions.
  • In Chapter Thirty-One, Sir Percy recovers from a beating at the hands of Chauvilin, and Sir Andrew arrives to be of asisstance to Sir Percy.
  • Also in Chapter Thirty-One, the circle of friends are invited to attend the marriage of Sir Andrew and Suzanne, one of the girls who serve the public. 




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