Jamaica Inn - Study Guide Chapter 10-11 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 10, Mr. Davey gives Mary a blanket and has her take off her wet clothes. They sit close together in the back of the carriage and Mary tells Mr. Davey how she came to be alone in Launceston. Mary then tells him everything Joss confessed to her, admitting that she is no longer sure she can continue to live at Jamaica Inn. Mr. Davey tells Mary she is young and impatient, that she should not jump to conclusions about people. Mr. Davey then assures Mary that Joss can no longer cause ships to wreck because the local law officials have decided to post guards along the coast. Mr. Davey then gets out of the carriage at the turn to Altarnun and sends Mary on her way. The ride is quiet and almost pleasant until they approach Jamaica Inn. Joss is outside with his friends...

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