The Moonstone - Second Narrative, pg. 312-338 Summary & Analysis

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Second Narrative, pg. 312-338 Summary

The Second Narrative is the work of Mathew Bruff, the Solicitor. One of the three Indians appeared at his office and afterward, Bruff talked with Mr. Murthwaite. His story begins with Lady Verinder's will with Mr. Murthwaite. His story begins with Lady Verinder's will and how another solicitor asked to see it. The solicitor's client was Godfrey. The way the will was written, there was no way a husband of Rachel's could touch her inheritance. Bruff had a talk with Rachel and she broke her engagement. Godfrey, Bruff discovered, needed a large amount of money.

The Indian who came to see Bruff was recommended by Mr. Luker. He wanted to borrow money and offered a gem as collateral. It seems Luker had no money to lend. Bruff said he didn't led money to strangers and the Indian...

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