The Question and Answer section for The Scarlet Pimpernel is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
When Chauvelin requests Marguerite's help she refuses him.
“What you propose is horrible, Chauvelin,” she said, drawing away from him as from some noisome insect. “Whoever the man may be, he is brave and noble, and never—do you hear me?—never...
Percy is angry with Marguerite and continues to love her, even if he will not admit it.
Had she but turned back then, and looked out once more on to the rose-lit garden, she would have seen that which would have made her own sufferings seem but...