Bleak House - Chapter 25-28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25-28 Summary

Mrs. Snagsby is worried about the real identity of Nemo and even more preoccupied about Jo and his revelations about the woman he met. She searches her husband's pockets, letters, ledgers, and tills. Mr. Snagsby is also vigilant, and frightened by his experiences. Jo is absent. despite being told to see the Snagsbys and Mrs. Snagsby suspects that someone must have told him to do so. In the end, Jo is delivered by Guster from Cook's Court so that Mrs. Snagsby can examine his connection with her husband. Mr. Chadband lectures Jo about truth.

Chapter 26 opens at the shooting gallery, where George listens to his apprentice's life history. Phil Squod failed as a tinker due to his lack of singing and playing abilities. He was blown by the fire, ran against hot metal, and scorched. Such incidents affected his appearance.

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