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The Scarlet Pimpernel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 23, Hope, Chapter 24, The Death-Trap, Chapter 25, The Eagle and the Fox, and Chapter 26, The Jew Summary

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Chapter 23, Hope, Chapter 24, The Death-Trap, Chapter 25, The Eagle and the Fox, and Chapter 26, The Jew Summary

Sir Andrew tells Marguerite that he saw Chauvelin on the docks shortly before they left and that he believes Chauvelin is barely an hour behind them. Marguerite and Sir Andrew decide they cannot wait for Lord Blakeney to come to them, so they decide that Marguerite should remain at the inn while Sir Andrew goes in search of Lord Blakeney. Marguerite arranges with the inn keeper to wait in the loft, hidden behind a dirty sheet. Chauvelin arrives at the inn. Marguerite hears Chauvelin talking with his secretary, discussing the guards he has stationed on all the roads in and out of Calais watching for Lord Blakeney. These men are to follow Lord Blakeney should they see him in...

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