Master Georgie - Chapter 2, Plate 2 1850 "A Veil Lifted" Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Plate 2 1850 "A Veil Lifted" Summary

It is now four years later, and Pompey Jones, also known as the duck-boy, is called upon by Master Georgie to do some work for him. He is to meet George at the Hardy residence early in the morning. He arrives at the house an hour early, letting himself in without anyone's knowledge. He has been a frequent visitor to the Hardy household since the time of Mr. Hardy's death. He has prided himself on his accomplishment of wreaking havoc on the family by surreptitiously moving things in the house from one place to another, such as pictures, rugs and pieces of furniture. Dr. Potter, who has by now become Miss Beatrice's husband, questions the servants about the situation. Miss Beatrice believes it is the ghost of her father lurking about. On this...

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