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Chapter 31: Our Foreign Correspondent

Summary

Amy writes a series of letters from Europe and England. In England she meets up with Laurieís English friends, Fred and Frank Vaughan. Later Fred travels with Amyís party throughout France. Fred speaks French fluently and takes Amy everywhere. One night they go for a sail on the Rhine River and a group of students serenade them. Amy begins to think of Fred as something more than a traveling companion. In her letter home, she confesses that she is not truly in love with him, but she does like him and they get along comfortably. She resolves to accept Fred if he should propose to her. Later he has to leave as Frank is in poor health in England. He asks Amy if she will be there when he comes back, and she implies that she will be available.


Notes

This is foreshadowing in reverse. Amy has an opportunity to realize her "castle," and to explore her art more extensively. When exposed to the museums of Europe she realizes that "talent isnít genius" and that her interests in art will never make her rich or famous. And, although Fred will return, Any will have had opportunity to realize that money alone is not reason enough to get married.

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