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That Hideous Strength - Wet and Windy Night Summary & Analysis

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Wet and Windy Night Summary

Jane, Mr. Dimble and Mr. Denniston turn back toward the car from the vagrant's camp, and at the moment they do they spot tracks that do not belong to them. They further inspect the camp, but after they find nothing they turn again toward the car. After walking awhile they hear horse hooves. They see a man riding on horseback and he rides away upon being spotted. Mr. Dimble does not say the things he practiced in the language of the eldils because he cannot yell and he is tired.

Back at the house at St. Anne's the rest of the group is amusing itself in idle conversation. This is because they are all nervous about the fate of the three that went out looking for Merlin, especially Mrs. Dimble. Suddenly the group hears the sound of hooves outside the kitchen...

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