To Say Nothing of the Dog, or, How We Found the Bishop's Bird Stump at Last - Chapters 26-28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-28 Summary

Chapter 26

Terence departs with Cyril for Oxford. Mrs. Mering is blaming everyone in the house for Tossie's elopement. The Colonel tells Verity that she should return to her mother's and Ned that he should follow Terence back to Oxford.

Ned and Verity pretend to leave for the train station, but instead sneak out to the gazebo to the drop. Verity tells Ned that when she first jumped to the cathedral, the raid was just beginning and she clearly saw the Bishop's bird stump in place by the altar. Ned, seized with an epiphany, begins grilling Verity on every detail of the raid. They return to 2057.

Chapter 27

Ned asks T.J. to run a new simulation, with the focal point of the incongruity not on Verity's rescue of the cat, but on the air raid in 1940. He sends Verity to records to...

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