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The Jewel in the Crown Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Bibighar Gardens Summary

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The Bibighar Gardens Summary

The final section of the novel is made up mostly of a journal entry by Daphne Manners addressed to her aunt, Lady Manners, and dated following the attack and arrest of Hari, and after Daphne has discovered she is pregnant. She is writing as insurance against "permanent silence," she writes, intending nobody to see it except in case of her own death. She apologizes for being morbid, but hints that she knows she has a certain medical condition that she has not told anyone about and that she has had a premonition that she might not survive childbirth. Her doctor has recommended a Caesarean birth, but she has refused, wishing to have the child naturally.

She writes about learning from Hari that he is arrested after his night of drinking and finding out later that it is Ronald Merrick who took him in...

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