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Sara Haslam

discover Florence’s duplicity; she does not have ‘a heart’ at all, but merely uses their separate bedrooms as an excuse to take other men into hers. On the night she sees herself as discovered by her husband, the same night that she sees herself as replaced in Ashburnham’s affections by Nancy Rufford, Florence commits suicide. Nancy Rufford is the Ashburnhams’ ward, and, towards the end of the chronological development of the tale, Edward does indeed conceive a passion for her. Rufford is a devout Catholic, and is devoted to her guardians, and to her faith. She, too, is

in Fragmenting modernism