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Gaudy Night Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13-14 Summary

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Chapter 13-14 Summary

Harriet tells the Warden and others that they must bring in official help, even if it means publicity and a scandal. She says she has tried and failed and that official help is needed. The Warden asks her to call in the private detectives and Harriet says she will. When she calls she finds the only person she knew at the firm left over a year ago. Since she does not want to talk to a stranger, she hangs up.

Harriet, not knowing who to call, wishes she could talk to Peter. He would know who to call. She decides to find his last letter with the phone number of his hotel in Rome, when Miss de Vine shows her another poison pen letter that she found. Harriet places a call to Peter leaving word that she is to be found when the call goes...

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