Mary Barton - Chapter 12, Chapter 13, and Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, Chapter 13, and Chapter 14 Summary

Harry Carson continues to try to get Mary Barton's attention, accosting her on the way to and from work and leaving notes with Sally Leadbitter. Mary continues to ignore him and leave his notes unopened. She had hoped that Jem Wilson would come to see her and check if she had changed her mind, but he does not. Her father, John Barton, is ailing, since he does not have enough food and is now addicted to opium. Margaret Jennings comes over to visit Mary one evening. Margaret tells Mary that she ran into Jem, who was able to sell one of his inventions and got a good amount of money for it. Mary tells Margaret what happened between she and Jem. Margaret tells her not to go chasing after Jem, since men like to do the courting...

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