Burr - 1834, Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

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1834, Chapter Two Summary

April. Charlie and Burr speak of reconstructing Burr's memories, but Burr still delays. Charlie worries because from time to time Burr is forgetful, and Burr without his acclaimed mind is no longer the monumental man he once was. At lunch one day, Charlie meets with Leggett, Washington Irving, Verplanck and a few other men where they discuss and debate politics for a time. Irving asks Charlie if he would like to see Richmond Hill, Burr's old home, in the interest of continuing their discussion of Aaron Burr. During the carriage ride there, Irving relates a thirty-year old story about Elma Sands, who was found murdered at the bottom of a well. Levi Weeks was accused and confessed to enjoying her favors, but not of murdering her. His defense team consisted of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. Together they convinced both the...

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