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The Eyre Affair: A Novel - Chapter 28, Haworth House, Chapter 29, Jane Eyre, Chapter 30, A Groundswell of Popular Feeling, Chapter 31, The People's Republic of Wales Summary & Analysis

Jasper Fforde
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Chapter 28, Haworth House, Chapter 29, Jane Eyre, Chapter 30, A Groundswell of Popular Feeling, Chapter 31, The People's Republic of Wales Summary

In chapter twenty-eight, Thursday and Bowden learn they have actually only lost seven hours. They arrive at Haworth House behind the press and local cops. Thursday takes a look around and discovers that everything is exactly the same as the theft of Martin Chuzzlewit, suggesting the same person took both manuscripts. Back at the office, Thursday reads in the paper that there has been an increase in military presence on the border of Wales, suggesting that Schitt is maneuvering to find Hades. Thursday also relates to Bowden everything Muller said, realizing that he tried to tell them Penderyn was a hotel. Analog shows them the location of a Penderyn...

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