To Say Nothing of the Dog, or, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last - Chapters 15-16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15-16 Summary

Chapter 15

Ned begins trying to convince Terence that they should return Professor Peddick to Oxford to see his niece. Verity makes several trips to the future. Mr. Dunworthy will not tell her what Finch's mission is either, and she worries that it is to drown the cat, as the researchers at Oxford have just found a line in Tossie's diary alluding to 'poor drowned Princess Arjumand.'

Mrs. Mering is convinced that there are spirits in the house. The next day, Verity manages to send Tossie and Terence on separate errands.

Mr. Finch visits Muching's End with biscuits for the fete. Jane, the maid, tells Ned that Finch asked about Tossie's cat, and whether or not it had ever had kittens. Ned goes looking for Princess Arjumand and finds her by the Colonel's goldfish pond. The net, which is behind the...

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