The Moonstone - Epilogue, ogs. 521-526 Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue, ogs. 521-526 Summary

The Epilogue is a statement by one of Sergeant Cuff's men who followed the three Indians to Rotterdam on the next steamer. He learns that the Indians didn't go as far as Rotterdam. The captain said that he let the Indians off at Gravesend since they claimed they were on the wrong boat. The Indians went back to London, then on to Plymouth where they found passage to Bombay. Sergeant Cuff alerted the authorities in Bombay.

During calm weather off the coast of India, the three Indians steal a lifeboat and made their escape, according to the captain of the boat.

Mr. Murthwaite writes to Mr. Bruff of his adventures in India in a province called Kattiawar. He decided to visit the sacred area of Somnauth and notices that there are quite a few people traveling there. There was...

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