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Gaudy Night Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 19-20 Summary

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Chapters 19-20 Summary

When Harriet tries to change the character of Wilfrid in her novel according to Peter's suggestions, she finds she has to re-do the whole novel. Peter has returned and says he is looking for a man named Arthur Robinson. The name means nothing to Harriet. Peter asks her out for the day and says they can talk. They plan to spend the day in the English country side.

Harriet asks who Arthur Robinson is. Peter tells her he was a student at York University who had some irregularities in his thesis. Miss de Vine was on the examining committee at he time and there were no problems at Shrewsbury before Miss de Vine's arrival. Peter thought that it was worth looking into.

Harriet then tells Peter the story of the phone call. He tells Harriet that he will show her how to defend herself if...

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