Bleak House - Chapter 21-24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21-24 Summary

Bart Smallweed's grandfather lives in Mount Pleasant with his grandfather Joshua Smallweed, a money lender, his grandmother, and twin sister Judy. His grandmother is senile while his grandfather is paralyzed in the lower part of the body. They employ Charley Neckett as their maid. The family tends to take up careers early, taking advantage of any financial opportunities. Mr. George, a former soldier, comes to Mr. Smallweed about his difficulties with debt repayment to his principal. His loan was taken for a shooting gallery, after serving with Captain Hawdon, also a debtor to Mr. Smallweed. Mr. George thinks Hawdon drowned.

In Chapter 22, Mr. Tulkinghorn and Mr. Bucket, a detective, intend to find out from Mr. Snagsby about Jo and a lady he met. Mr. Bucket and Mr. Snagsby trace him at Jenny and Liz's place. They bring Jo to Mr. Tulkinghorn's...

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