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Part V begins and the novel returns to 1940 with the chapter “Here's Dolly” (275). In the Dolphin Square apartment, Cyril and Juliet's work was interrupted by the sound of Lily barking from the other room. They got up and discovered Dolly's dog Dib. Someone must have left the door partially open. Dib was followed by Dolly, who looked around and quickly understood what Cyril and Juliet were doing. As she began yelling, Godfrey Toby arrived. Dolly threatened to tell the others about the MI5 investigation. Dolly grabbed a bust of Beethoven that Perry kept on his desk and tried to hit Toby with it. Juliet pulled out her gun and shot Dolly, wounding her. Cyril took the gun and shot her again. She was still alive, so Toby grabbed his walking stick and pulled out the sword that was sheathed within...

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