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Gaudy Night Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5 Summary

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Chapter 5 Summary

Harriet drives to Oxford in a blinding rain storm. Arriving, she finds the Dean has reserved the Guest Room in Tudor for her. After tea, Harriet attends a meeting of Fellows and Tutors where they have a collection of the various poison pen letters and documents. A library book has been burned and many of Miss Lydgate's work documents are missing and found scattered about the Senior Common Room. They have been defaced. These actions have been confined to Shrewsbury and have not spread to any of the other woman's colleges. Harriet adds what she found at the Gaudy.

The group feels that the culprit has to be a resident at Oxford and may either be a scout or member of the faculty. Most feel that they can rule out present students. They discuss the scouts and staff members and the fact that the grounds are locked...

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