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The Moonstone

The Moonstone

  

by Wilkie Collins

The Moonstone Second Period, Narrative 6, Chapter 4 Summary

  • After going back to London after the birthday party, Godfrey went to Mr. Luker's to pledge the diamond.
  • Mr. Luker wouldn't give him a cent until Godfrey told him how he got the diamond.
  • Godfrey started to tell a lie, but Mr. Luker could tell, and demanded the truth.
  • So Godfrey told him that he'd seen his cousin, Franklin Blake, leave his own bedroom, enter Rachel's sitting room, and come out with the diamond.
  • Franklin then saw Godfrey, and gave him the diamond, asking him to put it back in the bank where it was safe.
  • Then Godfrey just took it and didn't say anything to anyone.

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