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منتدى ادبي موضوعات ادبية سيرة الادباء قصة قصيرة منتدى ادبي موضوعات ادبية سيرة كبار الادباء و اهم اعمالهم الادبية و اجمل القصص القصيرة

09-26-2014, 05:06 AM   #89
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Meanwhile, Kate and her mother are forced
byRalph to move out of their lodgings in
the house of the kindly portrait painter
Miss LaCreevy and into a cold and drafty house
Ralph owns in a London slum. Ralph finds
employment for Kate working for a fashionable
milliner, Madame Mantalini. Her husband,
Mr Mantalini, is a gigolo who depends on his
(significantly older) wife to supply his
extravagant tastes and offends Kate by
leering at her. Kate proves initially clumsy
at her job, which endears her to the head
of the showroom, Miss Knagg, a vain and
foolish woman who uses Kate to make herself
look better. This backfires when a client
prefers to be served by the young and
pretty Kate rather than the ageing Miss Knagg.
Kate is blamed for the insult, and as a result,
Kate is ostracised by the other milliners
and left friendless.
Nicholas seeks out the aid of Newman Noggs,
who shows him a letter that Fanny Squeers
has written to Ralph viciously exaggerating
the events of the beating. Noggs tells Nicholas,
who is intent on confronting his uncle,
that Ralph is out of town and advises him to
find a job. Nicholas goes to
an employment office, where he encounters
a strikingly beautiful girl. His search for
employment fails, and he is about to give up
when Noggs offers him the meagre position of
French teacher to the children of his neighbours,
the Kenwigs family, and Nicholas is hired
under the assumed name of “Johnson” to teach
the children French.
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09-26-2014, 05:15 AM   #90
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Ralph asks Kate to attend a dinner he is
hosting for some business associates. When she
arrives she discovers she is the only
woman in attendance, and it becomes
clear Ralph is using her as bait to entice
the foolish nobleman Lord Frederick Verisopht
to do business with him. The other guests
include Verisopht's mentor and friend,
the disreputable nobleman Sir Mulberry Hawk,
who humiliates Kate at dinner by making
her the subject of an offensive bet. She flees
the table, but is later accosted by Hawk. He attempts
to force himself on her but is
stopped by Ralph. Ralph shows some
unexpected tenderness towards Kate but
insinuates that he will withdraw his financial help
if she tells her mother about what happened.
The next day, Nicholas discovers that
his uncle has returned. He visits his mother
and sister just as Ralph is reading them
Fanny Squeers’ letter and slandering Nicholas
. He confronts his uncle, who vows to give
no financial assistance to the Nicklebys
as long as Nicholas stays with them.
His hand forced, Nicholas agrees to
leave London, but warns Ralph that a day of
reckoning will one day come between them.
The next morning, Nicholas and Smike
travel towards Portsmouth with the intention
of becoming sailors. At an inn, they encounter
the theatrical manager Vincent
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09-26-2014, 05:19 AM   #91
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Crummles, who hires Nicholas
(still going under the name of Johnson)
on sight as his new juvenile lead and
playwright with the task of adapting
French tragedies into English and
then modifying them for the troupe's
minimal dramatic abilities. Nicholas and
Smike join the acting company and
are warmly received by the troupe,
which includes Crummles's formidable wife,
their daughter, "The Infant Phenomenon",
and many other eccentric and
melodramatic thespians. Nicholas and
Smike make their debuts in Romeo and Juliet,
as Romeo and the Apothecary respectively,
and are met with great acclaim from
the provincial audiences. Nicholas enjoys
a flirtation with his Juliet, the lovely
Miss Snevellici.
Back in London, Mr Mantalini’s reckless
spending has bankrupted his wife.
Madame Mantalini is forced to sell
her business to Miss Knagg, whose first
order of business is to fire Kate. She finds
employment as the companion of
the social-climbing Mrs Wittiterly. Meanwhile,
Sir Mulberry Hawk begins a plot to
humiliate Kate for refusing his advances.
He uses Lord Frederick, who is infatuated with
her, to discover where she lives from Ralph.
He is about to succeed in this plot when
Mrs Nickleby enters Ralph's office, and
the two rakes switch their attentions from
Kate's uncle to her mother, successfully worming
their way into Mrs Nickleby's company and
gaining access to the Wittiterly house.
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09-26-2014, 05:23 AM   #92
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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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