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The Eyre Affair: A Novel - Chapter 11, Polly Flashes Upon the Inward Eye, Chapter 12, SpecOps-27, The Literary Detectives, Chapter 13, The Chapel at Capel-y-ffin, Chapter 14, Lunch with Bowden, and Chapter 15, Hello and Goodbye, Mr. Quaverley Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, Polly Flashes Upon the Inward Eye, Chapter 12, SpecOps-27, The Literary Detectives, Chapter 13, The Chapel at Capel-y-ffin, Chapter 14, Lunch with Bowden, and Chapter 15, Hello and Goodbye, Mr. Quaverley Summary

In chapter eleven, Polly has become Mycroft's assistant after an accident that killed Mycroft's last assistant. Mycroft wants to open a door into a Wordsworth poem with his Prose Portal and have Polly go inside for two minutes. Polly is hesitant, but Mycroft promises her it is safe. Mycroft transported himself into a work of literature just that morning. Polly agrees and finds the poem fascinating, although Wordsworth himself seems depressed. However, when it is time to leave again, the poem suddenly collapses around Polly. In chapter twelve, it...

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