To Say Nothing of the Dog, or, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last - Chapters 17-19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 17-19 Summary

Chapter 17

Madame Iritosky is accompanied by Count deVecchio. She has come in response to a letter Mrs. Mering wrote her describing the spiritual activity in the house. Verity and Ned have no choice but to attempt the séance that night under Madame Iritosky's nose. Ned finds two pieces of wire which he will hook under the table and use to shift it during the séance. Baine tells Ned that as he was unpacking Madame Iritosky's traveling closet, which he was told not to do, he has found all manner of suspicious items including a wires, horns, and a tin of fluorescent paint. Baine suspects the Madame is a con artist, and has taken it upon himself to hide all of Mrs. Mering's jewelry. He also worries that the Madame will try to maneuver Tossie into the Count's arms. He...

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