Wieland; and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist - Chapters XXIV & XXV Summary & Analysis

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Chapters XXIV & XXV Summary

In Chapter XXIV, Carwin denies having had anything to do with Catharine's death, though he wonders if his actions set in motion the events that led to it. He says that he still does not know the truth of the murders or who committed them. Carwin is interrupted by someone else entering the house. Clara, having listened to Carwin's explanations now discounts his denials, thinking it enough that he has admitted his deceits, and still believing him responsible for deceiving her brother into killing his family. Carwin is caught in indecision between fleeing and staying. Before he can act, Wieland enters the room, unkempt and dirty. Wieland thanks God for leading him to Clara before telling Clara to prepare for death. Though she had been ready to kill herself, the thought of being murdered terrifies Clara. Believing Carwin to...

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