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Our Mutual Friend - Chapter 13, A Solo and a Duett; Chapter 14, Strong of Purpose; and Chapter 15, The Whole Case So Far Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, A Solo and a Duett; Chapter 14, Strong of Purpose; and Chapter 15, The Whole Case So Far Summary

John Harmon, who has been masquerading as John Rokesmith, talks to himself about the events leading up to his supposed death. He has no clue about the exact scene, but is trying to track it. He was afraid of accepting his father's legacy and becoming a greedy and hateful man. While serving on a ship, he worked with George Radfoot, the third mate. They made plans to come to London and see Bella Wilfer, since she was to be Harmon's future wife. They stopped at Rogue Riderhood's, where John Harmon believes Radfoot obtained a drug to knock him out. Harmon is drugged, and sees a figure dressed like him on the bed. Harmon is thrown...

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