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Summary The chapter begins with the De Winters leaving the showers of London moving directly to their arrival at Manderley A huge and beautiful manor house set in the coastal valley in England The journey from London to Manderley was long They drove through the middle of a huge forest of the the blood red rhododendron in bloom When she arrived to the main gate of the house its seemed to her she arrived to the house but she didnt see the house it was much further away She had a feeling of fear from the new life she is going to start in this house Max started to tell her about the maids and the servants in the house It seemed he was feeling of her fear They were to arrive to the house at five oclock for tea time But she saw herself dressed unsuitably In a tan colored stockinet frock a small fur known as a stone martin around the neck When they arrived to the house Mrs De Winter finds it beautiful the size of her new home also frightens her especially when the entire staff of servants comes out to greet her led by the butler Frith The scene has been organized against Maxims orders by Mrs Danvers a thin hollow-eyed housekeeper who greets Mrs de Winter with stiff formality After returning the housekeepers welcome she is led inside by Maxim The couple took their tea in the library a stuffy room that looks down to the sea Jasper and his mother also welcomed both of them While Maxim opens his mail Mrs De Winter was imagining that she had boys who were playing around on the couches with their boots until Frith interrupted her dream by taking the tea pots from the table Later she went upstairs with Mrs Danvers to see her bedroom which is renovated under Maxims orders Mrs Danvers a tall and gaunt deathly cold
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