To Say Nothing of the Dog, or, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last - Chapters 20-22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 20-22 Summary

Chapter 20

Tossie seems distracted on the train back to Muching's End. Verity tells Ned that she managed to get the curate's name, Doult.

Mrs. Mering catches sight of a headline on the back of Terence's paper and faints. Tossie leaves the car to find Baine, who returns and revives Mrs. Mering. They all study the headline announcing the drowning death of Professor Peddick.

Chapter 21

Terence and Ned determine that Peddick must have forgotten to send the telegram to his niece and is merely presumed dead. They try to convince Mrs. Mering that a mistake has been made, but she begins to entertain the notion that Ned, Terence, Professor Peddick, and Cyril all drowned when the boat capsized, and that there have been spirits at Muching's End all along, just as she suspected.

But, Professor Peddick is safely alive when they return...

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