Bleak House - Chapter 33-37 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33-37 Summary

Mr. Krook's matter is examined at the Inquest held at the Sol's Arms. Mrs. Snagsby is even more suspicious about her husband. Mr. Guppy and Mr. Weevle discuss the evidence they are to give in court in connection with the incident. Mr. Weevle refuses to be part of Mr. Guppy's schemes just as Mr. Smallweed, with his granddaughter Judy, arrives. Mr. Smallweed tells them that Mr. Krook is his wife's brother and he has come to claim his property.

Mr. Tulkinghorn confirms in court the relation between Mr. Krook and Mr. Smallweed, entitled now to take possession of all the inheritance. Mr. Guppy visits Lady Dedlock to let her know that he is unable to deliver her the letters because the person who had them died. He thinks the letters have been lost as well. Mr. Guppy leaves coming face to...

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