Wieland; and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist - Chapters X & XI Summary & Analysis

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Chapters X & XI Summary

In Chapter X, Clara hears someone enter the house. She assumes it is Carwin returning. Her door is locked and she hears the intruder enter the room that Pleyel sleeps in when he visits. There is silence for a time. Clara, from her window, sees Carwin standing by the riverbank. She assumes that he has crept out of the house again. Clara creeps downstairs and locks the outer door before returning to her room, afraid as much for Pleyel's life as for her own.

In Chapter XI, Pleyel arrives and accuses Clara of having given up her virtue by entering into a sexual relationship with Carwin despite knowing him to be a thief and a murderer. After his accusation, Pleyel storms out. Clara seeks her brother out. Pleyel has relayed his accusation to Wieland already. Clara tells her version...

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