Chapter 29 Summary

Archer meets Ellen at the train station and assures her that Mrs. Mingott is not in serious danger. The stroke was mild, and Mrs. Mingott is already recovering. Then Archer tells her that when he first saw her there at the station, he hardly recognized her. This is not because he did not remember what she looked like but rather that it was not until he saw her that all his feelings for her rushed back in, making him realize how much he had missed her.

Through the beginning of their journey back to the city, Ellen remains somewhat removed, as if she does not want her emotions to be roused. She asked if they are riding in May’s carriage; they are. Then she comments on how nice it was of May to send Archer to get her....

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