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The Man Of Property Essay

773 words - 4 pages

The man of property

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This episode covers the building of the house to the first moment of Forsyte family crisis. As it opens, Soames and Bosinney ride in a horse cart out to Robin Hill, where Soames is thinking of building a house. Soames is looking at cheaper sites lower on the hill, but Bosinney finds the perfect spot: at the top. The view is lovely, and even Soames is moved by it. He takes the site. Irene and June tell Bosinney, who's working on a design, about how much they dislike Soames. Irene tells Bosinney to put tall walls around the house, if he wishes to please its owner. June retorts that Soames loves to show off. Irene still hasn't officially been told by Soames.
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) Bosinney does visit them. He walks over to Irene, who's playing the piano, and tells her that he doesn't flirt: if he sees something to admire, he admires it openly. Meaning that he admires her. Soames walks in and interrupts them, unknowing, with talk about the accounts of the house, which seem over budget. Irene sharply rebukes him for talking business in her drawing room, and Soames apologizes. She tells him to go off and change. He does so. Irene and Bosinney are alone again. June arrives for dinner, and creeps up on them unseen. She overhears some conversation that makes her suspicious. Her unchaperoned evening at the theater with Bosinney is ruined by her jealousy and his complete distraction.

Irene goes on a drive with Uncle Swithin, old "four-in-hand" Forsyte. They drive to see the house, which Swithin approves of. Bosinney settles him in a chair with a bottle of champagne. Swithin naps. Bosinney and Irene go on a walk in the trees below the house, where they embrace. They are lovers. On the drive back home, Swithin nearly gets into an accident with another carriage. His horses bolt. "Don't worry, you hang on, I'll get you home," he says to Irene. "I don't care if I never get...

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