Gaudy Night - Chapter 10-11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10-11 Summary

The incident with the power outage lasts for a total of an hour. Most people establish alibis. Miss Barton chases a figure across the Quad and is knocked down. She cannot describe the person. Various people describe where they were and what they were doing when the lights went out. The Warden asks the guilty party to come forward voluntarily.

A vulgar saying and a note saying ha-ha is found in the Senior Common Room. People discuss the incident the next day.

Harriet receives a letter from Peter explaining some of the problems with Gerald and thanking her for her help. She goes to see Gerald and finds him struggling with the paperwork of the bills. He has also received a letter from Peter and tells Harriet that he has not paid the insurance on the car, even though he told his father that he...

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