Five Little Pigs - Book 2, Narrative of Phillip Blake - Narrative of Meredith Blake Summary & Analysis

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In the “Narrative of Phillip Blake,” Phillip first points out that because he knew Amyas well, he knew that Amyas would not have committed suicide. He wrote that Amyas had no conscious and would not have cared that he was hurting his wife by breaking up their marriage. He did not seem to think that Amyas really loved Caroline.

When he had arrived at Alderbury on September 13, five days before Amyas was killed, Phillip noticed that there was a strain in the air because Elsa was staying there while Amyas painted her. He writes that the hostility came to a head on Sept. 17 when Caroline mentioned a trip she and Amyas were planning the following summer. It was at this point that Elsa told Caroline that she would be marrying Amyas. Amyas yelled at Elsa...

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