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Colville decides that he needs to take a long vacation so he travels to Florence. He was distraught so when his brother wrote to him to come to Des Vaches, Colville happily accepted the offer for a change in scenery. In Des Vaches he got drawn into the newspaper business, which he happily stayed in for 15 years.
She is a widow and has a young daughter Effie Bowen. They have a surprisingly pleasant chat and she invites him to a gathering at her home, Palazzo Pinti, that evening. He accepts the invitation. Bowen to introduce him to her.
Her name is Imogene Graham and she is staying with Mrs. Bowen that winter. At last Mrs. Bowen takes Colville to meet Miss Graham.
She is with a young clergyman, Mr. Morton, whom Mrs. Bowen drags away. Miss Graham and Colville have a pleasant chat. After all the guest leave Colville stays behind to sit with Mrs. Bowen, Miss Graham, and young Effie by the fire. Effie, Mrs. Before Colville bids the women good night, Mrs. Bowen tells him he is welcome to drop by anytime. On Thursday, the day Mrs. Bowen receives guests, Colville comes by the Palazzo Pinti. Unfortunately, Mrs.
They invite Colville to a dance party the next night, and he accepts the invitation. Miss Graham is a wonderful dancer and makes Colville dance the Lancers. Unfortunately Colville is awful at Lancers and makes a fool of himself. The next day he runs into Miss Graham and Effie and stops to socialize with them. Effie is enchanted with Colville and Miss Graham finds him very droll.
While they converse, Miss Graham begins to develop a crush on Colville and Colville, though he finds her charming and beautiful, cannot help but notice their age gap. Miss Graham talks to Mrs. Bowen about how pleasant Colville is but Mrs. Bowen reminds her that Colville is twice her age. Colville has nicely integrated into society thanks to the Bowens and often attends parties.
He has also become good friends with Rev. Waters whom he met at the first gathering in the Palazzo Pinti. This time is the time of the Carnival and people are dressed in all kinds of custom. From then on Colville becomes a common guest of the Bowens and every time he comes over he brings the women flowers and a little gift for Effie.
He begins to spoil Effie and he enamors the child. Colville invites the women to the veglione and they accept. At the veglione, Mrs. Bowen does not allow them to dance with any of the unfamiliar people. They run into Mr. Waters who suggest that they can still dance within the group. Colville and Miss Graham dance the waltz. Colville and Miss Graham have a romantic moment as they dance.
When they get back to where they left Mrs. Bowen and Effie, the mother and child are nowhere in sight. Bowen and Effie. Colville and Miss Graham rush home but Effie seems to be doing okay. The next day Colville comes to check on Effie. He apologizes to Mrs. Bowen for his actions the previous night; he should not have left Mrs. When he leaves Mrs.
Bowen talks to Miss Graham and tells her that as her surrogate mother for that winter she feels responsible to advice the girl if she becomes interested in man who unintentionally will make her unhappy. They both know she is talking about Colville. Then Mrs. Bowen takes everything she says to Miss Graham back and rushes out of the room. The next day Colville attends a reception in hopes of running into Mrs. He searches for her but he only finds Miss Graham.
She says that he is amusing himself with her.
He is disturbed by such an assumption by Mrs. Bowen that he storms out of the reception. He goes to the Palazzo Pinti and confronts Mrs. Bowen and she responds to him truthfully that it was she who had put this idea in the young girls head. She is harsh with Colville. Colville suggests that it must be best if he leaves Florence and she agrees.
Colville rushes back to the hotel where he is staying and begins to pack. He plans to take the 7 pm train to Rome. Colville must delay his leave until Monday. He goes for a walk and when he comes back there is a letter for him. At the same time Colville is packing to leave, at Palazzo Pinti the women are distressed. Miss Graham is weeping because she thinks Colville leaving is her doing. Finally Mrs. Bowen decides to write Colville a letter stating that there is no need for him to leave and invites him to lunch the following day to put everything behind them.
This is the letter Colville receives when he gets back from his walk. He declines the invitation because he truly feels it was best if he left Florence. Effie holds his hand as he talks with Mrs. Amsden but Miss Graham holds back. When Miss Graham goes to see the flowers alone with Colville she begs him not to go, admits her feelings for him and explains the whole misunderstanding with what Mrs.
Bowen had said. They confess their like for each other and Colville decides to stay.