Pudd'nhead Wilson - Chapters 12-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 12-14 Summary

Judge Driscoll goes to bed early the night of Tom's humiliation and goes fishing the next day, therefore he does not learn about the incident until late the following day. When Judge Driscoll learns that Tom took the matter to court rather than handling it with honor by requesting a duel, he is outraged and tears up his will once again. Then Judge Driscoll calls Luigi out for a duel himself to repair the Driscoll family name. Tom is despondent over this situation and goes to visit Wilson in order to find a sympathetic ear. Wilson represents Luigi in court, taking on his first case in his career, but still insists that he would have made sure the matter was settled out of court if he had known Judge Driscoll was not aware of Tom's actions. Tom is shocked and more...

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