The Moonstone - Third Narrative, pgs. 339-380 Summary & Analysis

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Third Narrative, pgs. 339-380 Summary

This narrative is written by Franklin Blake, who was traveling in the East in spring 1849. A servant brings him a letter from Mr. Bruff. Franklin's father had died, leaving the bulk of his estate to Franklin, who immediately returned to England. He had gone abroad to try to forget Rachel. However, now, the closer he is to England, the more he thinks about her. Rachel is living with a sister of her father's.

When he calls on Rachel, he is told she is out. He returns, but she still is out so he met with her aunt, who can't help him. He tells Bruff he is going to Yorkshire to see if he can find out why Rachel won't even talk to him. Franklin says he will try to find the Moonstone thief.

In Yorkshire, Betteredge is...

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