To Say Nothing of the Dog, or, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last - Chapter 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3-4 Summary

Chapter 3

Finch and Dunworthy take Ned to the lab. Miss Warder is running the net.. Miss Warder is also raving about Lady Schrapnell, and does not want to send Ned through because she has a long list of pickups of other historians to do. Mr. Dunworthy insists, and they begin prepping Ned for travel to the Victorian era.

An undergrad assistant from Time Travel arrives and tells Mr. Dunworthy that Mr. Chiswick has quit. Mr. Dunworthy assigns the undergrad, whose name is T.J. Lewis the task of researching parachronistic incongruities.

Ned starts listening to an audio prep course on Victorian history and customs, while Miss Warder fits him for a costume and Fitch gets him appropriate luggage and money.

T.J. returns and tells Mr. Dunworthy that most time travel experts seem to believe that a parachronistic incongruity is simply...

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