To Say Nothing of the Dog, or, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last - Chapters 12-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 12-14 Summary

Chapter 12

Terence tells Ned that Cyril has a weak chest and cannot spend the night in the barn. He asks Ned to sneak the dog up to his room. Ned manages to get Cyril upstairs.

Verity visits Ned. She tells him that she has been back to the lab to see Mr. Dunworthy, and that he told her that Ned had the cat. Dunworthy and T.J. now believe that the slippage Carruthers and Ned were experiencing around Coventry in 1940 is related to an incongruity Verity caused by rescuing the cat. Dunworthy had changed his mind and decided that the cat should not be returned and hoped that Verity could head Ned off. Now Verity is worried that, with the cat returned, the incongruity will not be reversible. Ned tells her about Terence not meeting Maud at the train station.

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