The Moonstone - Third Narrative, pgs. 417-446 Summary & Analysis

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Third Narrative, pgs. 417-446 Summary

Ezra Jennings walks with Franklin on the way to the Abelwhite house and tells Franklin that it is a miracle that Mr. Candy survived his illness. He has no functional memory of the past according to Jennings. Jennings tells Franklin the details of Mr. Candy's illness. He also wrote down everything that Mr. Candy said when he was delirious and then destroyed the notes.

Jennings is also suffering from an incurable illness and is dying. The men talk, with Jennings asking about Franklin's physical condition when the Diamond was stolen. He slept soundly on that one night only. They will meet again in two hours to talk.

At the appointed time, Jennings gives Franklin what notes he has. Jennings confirms that Franklin says he never has taken opium yet he slept soundly that one night. He remembers...

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