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مُساهمةموضوع: character analysis of the portrait of alady   السبت يونيو 12 2010, 08:03


Lord Warburton Timeline and Summary






  • Lord Warburton visits his old friends, Ralph and Mr. Touchett, for tea at Gardencourt.
  • Lord Warburton says that Ralph is a cynic. Ralph says Lord Warburton is bored with life. We get the feeling that this banter is routine for them.
  • Mr. Touchett solemnly tells Lord Warburton that he should fall in love. Lord Warburton dares everyone else to show him an interesting woman, so that he just might do it.
  • After meeting Isabel, Lord Warburton tells Ralph that Isabel is indeed the interesting woman he hoped to find.
  • Lord Warburton stays overnight at Gardencourt for a couple of days, clearly because of Isabel’s delightful company.
  • One night, Ralph, Isabel, Lord Warburton and Mrs. Touchett are in the drawing room. Isabel, who’s having a marvelous time, makes a little scene with Mrs. Touchett, but ends up going to bed to avoid seeming too scandalous.
  • Lord Warburton invites Isabel over to his estate.
  • He plans to have two of his sisters come and visit Isabel in the meanwhile.
  • Lord Warburton has already given Isabel the run-down on his family: he has two brothers and four sisters, two unmarried and two married. The two unmarried sisters, the Misses Molyneux, charm Isabel with their English politeness and sweetness.
  • The day of the big visit arrives, and Isabel, Ralph, and Mrs. Touchett head over to Lockleigh. They meet the Vicar, Lord Warburton’s brother, a jovial ex-wrestler.
  • Lord Warburton asks Isabel to visit Lockleigh more often.
  • Lord Warburton says that Isabel has charmed him. He says it in a way that makes Isabel a little nervous, so she tells him that she won’t return to Lockleigh.
  • Persistent, Lord Warburton says that he will visit her at Gardencourt next week.
  • He accuses Isabel of judging people.
  • Lord Warburton professes his love for Isabel. He asks her to be his wife.
  • He confesses that he’s afraid of Isabel’s mind.
  • Lord Warburton and the older Miss Molyneux come to Gardencourt for lunch. Lord Warburton invites Isabel to look at the paintings with him.
  • Lord Warburton shows his disappointment upon reading her response to his proposal. He asks her what it is that makes her reject him.
  • He asks Isabel how long she’ll be gone.
  • Lord Warburton tells Ralph about his proposal and Isabel’s response.
  • He stumbles upon Isabel when they’re both in Rome.
  • He confesses that he has written Isabel a lot of letters, but failed to mail any of them. He still loves her.
  • Lord Warburton visits Isabel and Henrietta the next day to show Isabel that he can tone down and control his loving feelings.
  • Lord Warburton runs into Isabel at St. Peter’s. She introduces him to Osmond.
  • Lord Warburton asks Ralph about Osmond’s intentions, but Ralph advises him not to try to prevent Isabel from making her decision, afraid that it’ll backfire.
  • He follows his friends to the theatre the next night, but is upset when he sees Gilbert Osmond and Isabel together. He can’t take it and leaves.
  • Isabel runs into Lord Warburton at the art gallery in two days’ time. He announces that he is leaving Rome.
  • Years later, when Isabel is married to Osmond, Lord Warburton goes to their house to call on Isabel.
  • Lord Warburton tells Isabel that Ralph is not well, and is glad when Isabel wishes to visit him. He and Ralph are staying in a hotel in Rome, supposedly en route to Sicily for Ralph’s health.
  • Lord Warburton has become a more important political figure with a radical stance.
  • Lord Warburton notices Pansy from across the room.
  • Lord Warburton and Ralph decide to stay in Rome for longer than they had originally planned; both of them are interested in seeing more of Isabel.
  • Lord Warburton courts Pansy. He visits the Osmond house regularly to see the girl and her step-mother.
  • Lord Warburton sees Isabel and Pansy at a ball. He wishes to talk with Isabel. He says he has written a letter to Osmond about Pansy, but has yet to send it out – we wonder just how many important un-mailed letters the man has.
  • He is surprised to learn that Pansy is interested in Rosier, and that she would do something against her father’s wishes.
  • Lord Warburton arrives at the Osmonds’ and announces his departure for England. He wishes for Isabel and the others to visit him at Lockleigh. Clearly, he no longer hopes to marry Pansy, feeling quite bad about the Rosier situation.
  • Lord Warburton goes to Gardencourt to visit Ralph, who is dying.
  • Apparently, Lord Warburton has given up on love, and is engaged conveniently to an aristocratic lady of some kind.
  • He attends Ralph’s funeral.
  • Lord Warburton calls on Mrs. Touchett, and they go outside to meet Isabel. Lord Warburton once more invites Isabel to his house to visit his sisters. He wants her to promise that she’ll visit, but she does no such thing.
  • He bids her good-bye and leaves to catch his train home.

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: character analysis of the portrait of alady   السبت يونيو 12 2010, 08:04





Caspar Goodwood Timeline and Summary





  • For about a year, Boston-based Caspar Goodwood has wooed Isabel via post. We hope he
  • writes really darned good love letters. She admits that he is probably the most interesting man she has ever met.
  • Caspar travels from NYC to Albany to visit Isabel. She’s reluctant to meet him, and, although he seems resolved to speak his mind that night, he leaves disappointed.
  • We learn more about Caspar Goodwood: he studied at Harvard College, where he was known as a gymnast and rower. The son of a cotton-mill owner, Caspar has a skill for mechanics and patented a new cotton-spinning technique. He is also known to be a good "manager of men."
  • Caspar Goodwood turns down Ralph’s invitation to visit Gardencourt.
  • Caspar goes to Isabel while she’s in London and asks why she never wrote him back.
  • Caspar professes his love for Isabel again, claiming that he wants to marry her only to liberate her.
  • Caspar promises to leave her alone for two years, but is afraid that she’ll marry someone else.
  • We don’t see it, but Caspar receives a letter from Isabel telling of her engagement to Osmond.
  • Panicked, Caspar high-tails it across the Atlantic to see Isabel before she gets married.
  • Years pass, but Caspar’s still in love with Isabel.
  • Caspar runs into Henrietta at the Uffizi and reluctantly agrees to travel with her to Rome.
  • Caspar visits the Osmonds for several of their Thursday night parties, and Osmond, quirkiness incarnate, takes a liking to his wife’s suitor.
  • Caspar agrees to travel with Ralph and see to his care. He knows that Isabel is just getting rid of him.
  • On the eve of his departure for England with Ralph and Henrietta, Caspar is irked by Osmond’s buffoonish high spirits – the older man keeps boasting about how well he and Isabel get along, which is obviously untrue.
  • Caspar professes his love for Isabel again, and finally gets some comfort (if you can call it that) in the fact that he can pity her.
  • Caspar attends Ralph’s funeral.
  • Before his death, Ralph charges Caspar with Isabel’s happiness. Caspar attempts one last, desperate time to make Isabel come away with him and finally find happiness.
  • Caspar kisses Isabel, and she runs away.
  • Caspar looks for Isabel at Henrietta’s house in London, but it’s too late – she’s gone back to Rome and to her life of misery. Henrietta tries to comfort him, but it’s no use.
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: character analysis of the portrait of alady   السبت يونيو 12 2010, 08:06


Henrietta Stackpole Timeline and Summary


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    • Henrietta visits Isabel and the Touchetts at Gardencourt.
    • Henrietta shows Isabel the article she’s working on, which focuses on life at Gardencourt. Her friend is unamused, and insists that Henrietta ditch it.
    • Henrietta is intrigued and appalled by Ralph’s lack of occupation.
    • Henrietta accuses Ralph of giving up his American-ness, and of being above marriage. She claims that marriage is a duty, despite the fact that she’s not interested in it.
    • Henrietta and Mrs. Touchett get in a quarrel about American hotels, and about America in general. Henrietta is a patriot extraordinaire.
    • In private, Henrietta tells Isabel about an encounter she had with Caspar Goodwood. She lets Isabel know that Caspar arrived in London with her, with the aim to see Isabel.
    • Henrietta thinks that her friend has led the young Bostonian on.
    • Henrietta sees that Isabel’s stay at Gardencourt has changed her.
    • Henrietta Stackpole asks Ralph for help. Henrietta is determined to marry Isabel to Caspar Goodwood. She insists that Isabel marry an American man and believes Caspar is the best match.
    • Henrietta asks Ralph to invite Caspar to Gardencourt.
    • Henrietta suggests that she and Isabel visit London in order to see more of English society.
    • Henrietta goes to Lockleigh with Isabel.
    • Henrietta meets Ralph’s friend, Mr. Bantling, and decides to stay in London to wait for his sister, Lady Pensil, to invite her for a visit.
    • Henrietta has written to Caspar Goodwood to let him know that Isabel will be alone at night.
    • Henrietta goes to Rome with Mr. Bantling, Isabel, and Ralph.
    • She is unimpressed with Roman art and compares it with American standards.
    • Henrietta goes to Naples with Mr. Bantling.
    • From afar, Henrietta disapproves of Isabel’s engagement to Osmond.
    • She goes to Spain with Mr. Bantling.
    • Henrietta returns to New York, and the gallant Mr. Bantling visits the States to see her – he loves it.
    • Upon her return to Europe, Henrietta visits Countess Gemini in Florence to check on Isabel’s situation. She vows to leave for Rome the very next day to see her friend.
    • At the Uffizi, Henrietta runs into Caspar and asks him to go to Rome with her.
    • Although Osmond despises her, Henrietta and Isabel manage to hang out a lot – Isabel can actually be honest with her female friend.
    • Henrietta also renews her acquaintance with Ralph; the two finally become close friends.
    • Henrietta volunteers to go to England with Ralph.
    • Henrietta urges Isabel to leave Osmond before things get worse.
    • Upon her return to England, Henrietta meets Isabel at the train station in London.
    • The intrepid girl reporter has a big story to break: she tells Isabel that she and Mr. Bantling are engaged. Isabel thinks this is hilarious, although she’s also saddened by the idea that Henrietta is giving in to matrimony.
    • Henrietta attends Ralph’s funeral; her hard-boiled exterior breaks down, and she cries.
    • Henrietta answers the door for Caspar Goodwood when he looks for Isabel. Isabel stayed at Henrietta’s the night before, but she has returned to Rome.
    • Henrietta walks with Caspar Goodwood and attempts to console him.




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