The Moor: A Mary Russell Novel - Chapters 10 through 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10 through 12 Summary

In chapter ten, Russell is provided a horse in order to make better time on the moor. She doesn't like horses but likes the idea of making the trip faster. She is outfitted with a great many provisions and says that she rushes to leave before someone can add another item to those she's carrying. When she tries to make the horse canter, the beast simply refuses and Russell says the message is clear: If she wants to go faster, she can run. She arrives at the small village of Postbridge after having spent some time talking to people along the way. She doesn't feel well and has to admit that she's about to come down with a cold. She knows that she must get started on her journey the following day but feels too sick to do so. She spends...

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