Under the Net - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

James sat for a while in a quiet place to collect his thoughts. His translation of Breteuil's Rossignol de Bois, which he had left with Magdalen, could have been stolen by Sammy. He debated this for some time and concluded that his transcript had been stolen and that was that.

It seemed to James that Magdalen was being double-crossed by Sammy, who has probably ditched her for Sadie. Sammy uses Magdalen; and Sadie uses Sammy to get her revenge on Hugo and make a fortune at the same time. James was beginning to see the whole picture now. What was so maddening was that The Wooden Nightingale would really make a great film.

Well, James was not about to take this sitting down. His only course of action was to get his manuscript back as soon as possible. He needed to defend his own interests; to defend...

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