To Say Nothing of the Dog, or, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last - Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5-6 Summary

Chapter 5

Ned is beginning to piece together Dunworthy's instructions. He remembers that he is supposed to return an object of some kind.

Terence tells him about meeting a woman named Tossie who the day before was down at the river's edge looking for her lost cat. They rescue Terence's tutor, Professor Peddick, from the river. He tells them that he was pushed in by Professor Overforce after a spirited debate about the forces that move history.

Professor Peddick rides with them toward Iffley, upon whose bridge Terence hopes to rendezvous with Tossie.

Chapter 6

Tossie is waiting on the bridge at Iffley, along with her cousin Verity Brown. Verity is Ned's contact, who Ned overheard arguing with Dunworthy. The ladies tell them that they are returning to Muching's End that night. Before they leave, Tossie takes them to see the Iffley church...

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