The Moor: A Mary Russell Novel - Chapters 4 through 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 4 through 6 Summary

In chapter four, Holmes and Russell head onto the moor. Their first stop, after an hour's walk, is Lydford. Russell notes that Lydford seems to be the very edge of civilization and that when they leave the little village, they are greeted by the inhospitable moor. Russell notes that the moor seems spooky and that she might have given into the eerie feeling had it not been for Holmes' presence. At one point, Russell, apparently being sarcastic, says she can see "why a person would fall in love with Dartmoor". Holmes says that it's a more inviting place in the summer, to which Russell replies that it couldn't be any less inviting. They plan a trip that will take them on a large circular tour of the moor. Their first stop in Lydford is only a short rest. As they set...

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