Crooked House - Chapters 10-11 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 10, Josephine was standing over Charles when he woke. She began talking about her grandfather’s murder right away, bragging about the things she knew about his death and saying that she did not like the police because they were stupid. Josephine admitted to Charles she was not particularly sorry that her grandfather was dead because he had not allowed her to study ballet.

During their discussion, Josephine mentioned to Charles that Roger and Clemency had planned to go away in secret because Roger had embezzled something from his office. She described the discussion she heard between Roger and Aristide the day that Aristide died. Charles criticized her for eavesdropping on other people’s conversations. She insisted she had to do so if she wanted to find out anything. She pointed out that the police did similar things as well. She argued...

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