Agnes comes in and comforts her father

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Agnes comes in and comforts her father, and they leave the room together. Later that night David  makes her promise that she will "never sacrifice herself" for a "mistaken sense of duty." Next  morning, as David leaves, Uriah admits that perhaps he has "plucked a pear before it was ripe." But,  says the sinister Uriah, "It'll ripen yet! I can wait!" One snowy night, on his way home from Dr. Strong's, David passes a woman on the street whom he  recognizes but cannot recall; seconds later, as he meets Mr. Peggotty, he realizes the woman whom  he passed was none other than Martha Endell, the "fallen woman" whom Em'ly had once helped.  The chance meeting with Mr. Peggotty takes place on the steps of St. Martin's Church, on a route  David took only because of the storm. Mr. Peggotty shows David various letters which he received from Em'ly, in which she asks for 
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Houston.

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