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The Warden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13, The Warden's Decision—Chapter 14, Mount Olympus Summary

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Chapter 13, The Warden's Decision—Chapter 14, Mount Olympus Summary

Eleanor arrives home and tells her father that the lawsuit will be dropped. He does not respond as she is hoping, and shows her the newspaper. On the front page of the Jupiter is a slanderous article that mentions Mr. Harding by name and says that he should be used as an example, and not allowed to fall through the cracks. Someone has found out that Dr. Grantly's defense is to list Mr. Harding as a servant. The article condemns such a defense, and states that certainly John Hiram's will never intended the warden to make so much money. In fact, the article suggests that it is wrong for Mr. Harding to even be employed there, asking why the men need a warden.

Mr. Harding says that he is going at once to...

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