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The Testament - Chapters 19-21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19-21 Summary

The Phelan heirs, not surprisingly, were distraught following the reading of the will. They shed tears not for the loss of Troy, but for the loss of their anticipated wealth. The clause that exempted their new purchases from debt coverage was surely an evil scheme, since each of the heirs had made new and large purchases with the credit they expected to gain in inheritance. The exception to this rule, of course, was Ramble, who was still legally a minor. He had no debt that his inheritance would help with and was destined to receive the trust fund that had been created for him long ago despite Troy's death and the resolution of his will. This also meant that Ramble had no motivation to fight the will, but his lawyer urged him on. The reporters present loved the sensationalism caused by the day's events. The...

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