Jamaica Inn - Study Guide Chapters 12-13 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 12, Mary wakes in her room at Jamaica Inn. Patience comes to check on her and Mary learns she has been asleep for two days. Mary quickly dresses, intent on going to the vicar with this latest news, but Patience begs her not to upset Joss again. Mary goes downstairs and discovers that Joss has locked all the doors and shutters. Joss is frightened, talking about how he should not have wrecked this ship on his own and how there is someone more dangerous than the lawmen. Patience suggests they leave, but Joss insists it is too late. Joss then questions Mary, asking why she was in Launceston, whom she was with, and whom the carriage belonged to. Mary lies, telling him she went to Launceston alone and hired the carriage. Before Joss can question her further, they hear a noise outside. It turns...

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