Gaudy Night - Chapter 22-23 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22-23 Summary

There is a meeting in the Senior Common Room on Thursday, called by the Warden. Peter will attend the meeting and so will Harriet and Miss de Vine who are up and around by this time.

The meeting begins by Peter saying he will explain how he arrived at his working theory and then his conclusions. He reviews the details of the case, how the events begin at the Gaudy. Most of the details are known to the women, but not the one where Saint-George meets the woman in the Fellows arden. Peter says that Harriet did enough to make the culprit feel that she was dangerous and the attacks during the present term became more dangerous.

Since the incidents began with the arrival of Miss de Vine, Peter brings up the incident of Arthur Robinson and how he felt someone connected with him followed...

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