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09-26-2014, 05:23 AM   #92
Amany Ezzat
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. Mrs. Wittiterly grows jealous and admonishes Kate
for flirting with the noblemen. The unfairness of
this accusation makes Kate so angry that
she rebukes her employer, who flies
into a fit of hysterics. With no other recourse,
Kate goes to her uncle for assistance, but
he refuses to help her, citing his
business relationships with Hawk and Verisopht.
It is left to Newman Noggs to come to her aid,
and he writes to Nicholas, telling him
in vague terms of his sister's urgent
need of him. Nicholas immediately quits
the Crummles troupe and returns to London.

Noggs and Miss La Creevy confer, and
decide to delay telling Nicholas of Kate's plight
until it is too late at night for him to seek out
Hawk and take violent action. So,
when Nicholas arrives, both Noggs and
Miss La Creevy are out. Nicholas is about to
search the city for them when he accidentally
overhears Hawk and Lord Frederick rudely
toasting Kate in a coffeehouse. He is able to
glean from their conversation what has happened
, and confronts them. Hawk refuses to give
Nicholas his name or respond to his accusations.
When he attempts to leave, Nicholas follows him out,
and leaps onto the running board of his carriage,
demanding his name. Hawk strikes him with
a riding crop, and Nicholas loses his temper,
returning the blow and spooking the horses,
causing the carriage to crash. Hawk is injured in
the crash and vows revenge, but Lord Verisopht,
remorseful for his treatment of Kate, tells him
that he will attempt to stop him.
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