Death Comes to Pemberley - Book 6, Chapters 1-6, Epilogue Summary & Analysis

P.D. James
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Alveston stays with Mickledore to assist with any issues with Wickham’s pardon. Darcy returns to Gracechurch Street to be with Elizabeth, and a private chaise is hired for Wickham’s departure from Coldbath Prison, as well as a decoy chaise when he is released. Darcy debates with Alveston whether Wickham should have been found guilty. Alveston thinks that based on the evidence presented that he should have. He also concedes that after learning the jury foreman had a connection to someone killed in the Irish Rebellion, he may have been biased against the military. They also discuss whether a dying man would be capable of delivering a blow to Denny’s head.

Fitzwilliam arrives at Gracechurch and tells Darcy about his experience with a letter from Wickham for help. While he didn’t want to help him, he felt an...

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