The Moonstone - Second Period, pg. 235-275 Summary & Analysis

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Second Period, pg. 235-275 Summary

Miss Clack, a poor relative of the Verinders, was asked by Franklin to write her narrative of the Moonstone from the diary she kept while visiting her Aunt Verinder in London. She tells of how Godfrey received a note requesting a meeting in Strand. Thinking it concerned one of his charities, Godfry went. He was tied up and searched by three Indians. The next day, the same thing happened to Luker at a different location. The only difference in the two incidents is that Luker's bank receipt was taken. Both incidents were reported to the police.

Miss Clack is talking to Lady Verinder when Godfrey arrives. Rachel walks in and tells Godfrey that she wishes he had brought Luker along. She wants to hear about the muggings, but Godfrey won't talk much about it, although he agrees...

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