Mary Barton - Chapter 24, Chapter 25, and Chapter 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24, Chapter 25, and Chapter 26 Summary

Mary Barton goes to see Jane Wilson again. She realizes Jane has also been given a summons by the police to testify against Jem Wilson. She seems to be in shock. Mary stays overnight to watch over her, hoping she and Alice both make it through. In the morning, Jane Wilson seems to be recovered, and Mary tells her about her plans for seeking out Will Wilson. Mary asks the doctor to come out and look at Alice and Jane. The doctor examines Jane, and Mary asks if he thinks she is able enough to go to Liverpool. The doctor says yes, it is a short journey and shouldn't hurt her. This upsets Mary, who tells the doctor she wishes he said Jane isn't well enough to go. The doctor reverses course and agrees with her, saying...

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