Gaudy Night - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Harriet waits for Peter in the Fellows Garden the next morning. She now views Peter in a different way and sees him as other women see him. When Peter arrives, she tells him of the confrontation with Miss Hillyard, but does not tell him what she said about Peter. They go to her room to survey the damage. Peter says the chess pieces were smashed with a Cuban heel and a French heel. Peter says he will return the slipper to Miss Hillyard with an apology.

When Harriet sweeps up the mess, she learns that one of the students heard grinding noises around nine-thirty. Miss Hillyard approaches with an address from Peter. Both women apologize to each other.

Later that day Saint-George calls. He saw the woman again and cannot find Peter. He refers to the woman as a ghost and says she recognized him. Saint-George is...

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