Gaudy Night - Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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The new term and the opening of the New Library brings with it a rearrangement of living quarters. They also organize a system of patrols. They do receive some poison pen letters via post. There are several other incidents. All are reported to Harriet who keeps notes on the incidents. At this stage, the students are focused on their studies and not the poison pen letters.

Harriet encourages Gerald to work at his studies and refuses an offer to meet his parents. When she meets Pomfret, he wants to know why she has been avoiding him. He fancies himself romantically involved with her and brushes off the ten year age difference when she mentions it. They are approached by the Proctor who, after learning they are not involved in the tree climbing incidents, leaves them alone. Harriet says she is flattered by what Pomfret has said but...

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