That Hideous Strength - The Conquered City Summary & Analysis

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The Conquered City Summary

Mark has trouble sleeping that night, and in the morning is called very early to see the Deputy Director. Wither, along with the Fairy, informs Mark that an investigation at the scene of Bill Hingest's murder turned up Mark's missing wallet. This finding implicates him in the murder of Mr. Hingest, but Wither and the Fairy tell Mark that they have not informed Scotland Yard of the finding. They tell Mark that he should be on his best behavior for the next few months, and if this happens maybe they can sweep this evidence under the rug. Mark insists that he is innocent, and the two accusers do not make any judgment calls regarding his guilt or innocence. They merely state the evidence. In the end Mark realizes that if he does not agree to keep his job, bring Jane to Belbury and...

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