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Our Mutual Friend - Chapter 14, Checkmate to the Friendly Move; Chapter 15, What was Caught in the Traps that were Set; Chapter 16, Persons and Things in General; Chapter 17, The Voice of Society; and Postscript, In Lieu of Preface Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, Checkmate to the Friendly Move; Chapter 15, What was Caught in the Traps that were Set; Chapter 16, Persons and Things in General; Chapter 17, The Voice of Society; and Postscript, In Lieu of Preface Summary

Silas Wegg plans to bring Noddy Boffin down. He goes to see Mr. Venus, who is in a good mood. Wegg wants to get his artificial limb back from Venus. Venus says he is going to get married to Pleasant Riderhood. Wegg goes to see Boffin, and tries ordering him around. Boffin refuses to listen to him, and says they will not be making a deal. John Harmon tells him that his father made a later will, giving everything to the Boffins, and...

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