The Habit of Being: Letters - Chapter 14, Part IV Conclusion and Summary & Analysis

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This brings readers to the final set of letters. These begin on what is page 574 of the hardcover published edition by McGraw-Hill Ryerson. The first is to Maryat Lee, as described in the preceding summary chapter. The very last epistle is also to Maryat Lee. In the first one, she remarks that Miss Mary and she are both doing better. She also reports that the family does tend to live into their nineties, but that they 'creak' a great deal, rather like the wood planks of good, but old, flooring. There are letters to Elizabeth McKee, then Marion Montgomery, then another two before there is the next letter to Maryat. This begins with a direct response to something the other has written to her or has told her. She delves further into characterization as the topic. She...

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