Chapter 29 Summary
Catherine is unwilling to look out on the scenery around the abbey; she sits low in the carriage and averts her eyes. She cannot endure the thought of leaving this place and all the memories she has made here. Just ten days previously, she had been traveling along the same road on her way to Woodston. She had been so joyful, had thought Henry loved her, and had believed that Henry’s father approved. So much has changed and she does not understand why. She longs to know why the general has sent her away, what Henry will think when he finds out, and how Henry and Eleanor will talk of her.
Catherine’s journey ends without incident. She arrives home to the embraces of her family and to their questions. She does not know...
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