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The Innocent - Chapters 21 and 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21 and 22 Summary

In Chapter 21, at a meeting on the outdoor patio of a nearby restaurant, Marnham explains the cases by telling MacNamee that because he had been unable to come up with any information on the Nelson Technique, he was working on his own decoding process, but without success. The contents of the cases, he says, were the devices he came up with. MacNamee appears to accept the story, revealing that Marnham is being recalled to England, and that MacNamee has "put in a good word" for him. After MacNamee leaves, Marnham scans the newspapers for reports of the cases and fantasizes about the ways and circumstances he will plead his innocence. He makes his way to Maria's apartment where, in spite of his reluctance to see her, he knocks on her door and is surprised to not only discover Glass there, but...

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