The Moonstone - Third Narrative, pgs. 380-417 Summary & Analysis

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Third Narrative, pgs. 380-417 Summary

During the walk to the train station, Franklin asks Betteredge if he was intoxicated on the night of Rachel's birthday and Betteredge says no. Sleepwalking? No. Franklin is trying to account for the paint on his nightgown. Betteredge points out that he couldn't have taken the Diamond to Luker without knowing it and tells him to talk to Bruff. They see Ezra Jennings at the train station.

In London, Bruff says that all of this explains Rachel's behavior. She thinks he took the Diamond. Bruff says that they must speak to Rachel. Bruff also points out that they don't know who was wearing the nightgown. Bruff will invite Rachel to his house for a day. While waiting for the time to go to Bruff's house, Franklin reads a letter from Betteredge. Ezra Jennings told him that Mr...

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