To Say Nothing of the Dog, or, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last - Chapters 10-11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10

The men continue their trip down the river. Terence begins to despair of making Muching's End by nightfall. Ned suggests that they stop at an inn , but Terence insists on pressing on. He wishes to see where Tossie lives before they find an inn. They arrive at Muching's End in the twilight. As their boat floats past the estate, Cyril falls overboard, and Terence is forced to jump in to save the dog. Terence recovers Cyril but as he is climbing back on board he capsizes the boat. The three men and Cyril make it to shore, but the boat has drifted away and their luggage has been lost in the river.

Professor Peddick hands Ned the carpetbag, telling him regretfully that it was the only article of Ned's luggage he was able to save. Ned peeks in the bag...

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