The Moonstone - Fourth Narrative, pgs. 447-483 Summary & Analysis

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Fourth Narrative, pgs. 447-483 Summary

Ezra Jennings is the narrator for the Fourth Narrative. Jennings wrote the letter to Rachel on June 15, 1849. By the next day, Franklin had already stopped smoking. On June 17 they receive a letter from Rachel saying that she now believes in Franklin's innocence and Ezra feels that she still loves him. She consents to the experiment and says she will travel to her country house to assist. She wants to be there for the opium experiment.

Bruff does not favor the experiment. He feels it is just a trick that would unsettle Rachel and the household. Betteredge arrives, since he has been instructed by Rachel to do whatever is asked of him. They are trying to restore the house to the condition it was in during Rachel's birthday.

Franklin receives a letter from Sergeant Cuff on June 20. Cuff...

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