The Curse of the Pharaohs - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

That evening, Amelia accompanies the rest of the party to the tomb, where they are met by Emerson dressed in a long crimson robe. Emerson begins the performance by pulling Habib out of the crowd and pronouncing him to be an evil doer. Emerson continues, speaking in Arabic and English, proclaiming to be receiving information from the ancient gods as he addresses the audience. Emerson employs magic, even using the unwilling cat Bestat as his partner in the show. Everyone seems to have enjoyed the show except for the eccentric Madame Berengeria, who berates Emerson, then accuses her daughter of sleeping with all her suitors and abandoning her mother. Madame then collapses, and they all return to Baskerville House. Mary tells Lady Baskerville she and her mother will leave the next morning, but Emerson insists Mary go to the excavation site instead to...

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