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The Warden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 17, Sir Abraham Haphazard—Chapter 18, The Warden is Very Obstinate Summary

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Chapter 17, Sir Abraham Haphazard—Chapter 18, The Warden is Very Obstinate Summary

Mr. Harding waits for a little while in the chambers of Sir Abraham Haphazard. Sir Abraham shows up and apologizes for having the meeting so late. He is busy every waking minute in his duties as attorney-general. Sir Abraham assumes that Mr. Harding is excited that the suit against them has been dropped. Mr. Harding says that he hasn't heard about that, but that he is shaken by the newspaper article against him. Sir Abraham feels some contempt for someone who is so easily shaken by public opinion, but Mr. Harding explains that it is more than his reputation that he is worried about. His conscience will not let him rest, as long as he thinks he is taking money that belongs to the poor. He feels...

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