The Great Train Robbery - Part 5, Arrest and Trial: Chapters 47-52 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Arrest and Trial: Chapters 47-52 Summary

In Chapter 47, on Guy Fawkes day in 1856, a cop comes across a woman who is clearly stealing from a drunk and passed out man. The woman objects to her arrest, so the man takes her to his sergeant to watch over her while he gets a matron to search her. The woman tells the sergeant that she has information on the train robbery the year before.

In Chapter 48, Agar is brought in for questioning after his girlfriend tells authorities that he took part in the train robbery the year before. At first Agar refuses to tell authorities anything, but when they threaten to send him to Australia, he tells all he knows.

In Chapter 49, Pierce is arrested while watching a boxing match.

In Chapter 50, Pierce is interrogated multiple times, but he refuses to...

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