Jamaica Inn - Chapters 14-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14-15 Summary

In Chapter 14, Mary leaves a note for the vicar with his housekeeper, Hannah, and then decides to continue on to North Hill where Squire Bassat lives. There is no hope that Mary will get back to Jamaica Inn before Joss realizes she is gone, so she decides she must continue until she finds someone who can help. At the Bassats, Mary learns the squire is not home, but she is shown into the library where his wife is. Mrs. Bassat listens before telling Mary that Squire Bassat is on his way to Jamaica Inn to arrest the landlord. Mary insists she must return to the inn to see to her aunt, so Mrs. Bassat provides a trap and driver. When they arrive at Jamaica Inn there is no sign of the squire. The driver offers to check things out, but Mary is afraid he will...

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