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Sanctuary Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 26-31 Summary

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Chapters 26-31 Summary

Chapter 26:

Benbow writes a letter to Belle at her father's house in Kentucky to ask for a divorce. Meanwhile, Narcissa plans to tell Belle that Benbow will return home after the trial. Benbow has already been in Jefferson for four weeks.

Walking down the street in Jefferson, Benbow spots Narcissa. Benbow tries to catch up to Narcissa but she disappears. Benbow checks in all the shops but does not see his sister. The only other possibility is that Narcissa went upstairs to pay a visit to District Attorney Eustace Graham.

Eustace Graham gets his job as the District Attorney in part due to pity over the fact that the man has a club foot. As a child, Graham receives pity from parents and teachers who believe that the boy does not have a fair chance due to his disability. Graham gets into college and law...

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