Lady Audley's Secret - Volume III: Chapters VII - VIII Summary & Analysis

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Volume III: Chapters VII - VIII Summary

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VII - Ghost Haunted

Back in London, Robert receives letters from both Alicia and Sir Michael. His cousin informs him of her intention to keep her father so busy as to never remember his wife. Sir Michael's letter tells Robert he never wishes to hear his wife's name again, yet he wants her to have the best of care. Sir Michael gives Robert as much access to his vast wealth, and he requires seeing to her needs. At first Robert believes his dilemma is solved; George must remain at the bottom of the well. Robert would rather that than to hurt his uncle any further. But Robert then changes his mind when faced with his own torment at the knowledge. He just cannot leave his friend's body at the bottom of a dry well, and not...

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