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The Nice and the Good Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 24 Summary

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Chapter 24 Summary

Ducane is worrying about Biranne again, wondering how to trap Biranne into getting information from him. He knows that for anything he tries to pin on Biranne, Biranne can offer a reasonable explanation. Although he doesn't know much about what had happened, Ducane is certain that Biranne is guilty of something in the affair.

It is nine o'clock in the evening. He comes to the house, filled with anxiety, stopping several times to get his breath. He walks up and ponders whether to ring the bell. He decides to just walk in, hoping for the element of surprise. He walks through the house until coming to a semi-dark room. Inside the room is Judy McGrath.

She calls him Mr. Honeyman. He looks around but there is no one else present. It dawns on Ducane that she is Helen of Troy and when he says this, she acknowledges...

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