Mary Barton - Chapter 18, Chapter 19, and Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18, Chapter 19, and Chapter 20 Summary

Harry Carson's sisters, Amy Carson, Helen Carson, and Sophy Carson, and lounging around when a servant arrives and tells them their brother, Harry Carson, was shot in the street. They grieve, and Sophy goes to tell her father, Henry Carson. Mrs. Carson hears the commotion, sees the body, and becomes hysterical. Henry Carson offers a reward for information about the murderer. The police superintendent says he has the gun the shooter dropped in a field. He also tells him that Harry got in an altercation with some man a few days ago.

In chapter nineteen, Mary Barton is very depressed. She goes to see Alice Wilson. Margaret Jennings is there as well, and the two girls observe that Alice seems to think she is in her childhood. Mary and Margaret decide to take shifts watching over Alice...

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