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Jerusalem Inn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part II, Pub Stop, and Part III, London Times Summary

Martha Grimes
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Part II, Pub Stop, and Part III, London Times Summary

In chapter six, Melrose Plant, Vivian, Ruthven and Lady Agatha Ardry are introduced. Melrose has a title but has given it up, though Lady Agatha is horrified at that action and continues to point out that he has the title to anyone who doesn't know or might have forgotten. Ruthven is Melrose's personal servant and he refers to Melrose as "my lord." Melrose notes that he had long ago given up trying to change the form of address. Vivian is a pretty woman and a writer who is engaged to an Italian. It's noted that she and her fiancé are not together, though it is the Christmas holiday season. Vivian excuses the separation by saying she doesn't get along with his family and also chooses not to travel.

It's Vivian who...

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