The Sea, the Sea - History 5 Summary & Analysis

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The next morning, Charles dresses Hartley in an overcoat and scarf and leads her down to Peregrine's car. As everyone (Charles, Hartley, James, Gilbert, Peregrine and Titus) is climbing into Peregrine's too-small car, Gilbert quietly tells Charles that when he dropped off the letter he heard Fitch talking with a woman. Charles tells him he probably just heard the television, and they climb into the car. Their trip to Nibletts is interrupted by Rosina, perched on top of a crag and hurling rocks at them. Her target is apparently Peregrine (her ex-husband), who loses his temper and throws rocks back at her. James eventually pulls him back into their car, and the journey is resumed, with Charles wondering whether the woman Gilbert heard was Rosina, following through on her threat to "comfort" Fitch. When they arrive at Nibletts, Hartley quickly slips out of...

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