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The Thirteenth Tale Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Two, Middles: Five Notes, The Experiment, Do You Believe in Ghosts?, and After Hester, Summary

Diane Setterfield
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Part Two, Middles: Five Notes, The Experiment, Do You Believe in Ghosts?, and After Hester, Summary

Margaret wakes in the middle of the night with five notes of some unfamiliar tune on her mind. Restless, Margaret takes a walk in the garden, looking for the source of the music. Margaret walks in circles and finds nothing but Miss Winter's cat, Shadow. The next morning after visiting with Miss Winter, Margaret retraces her steps of the previous night and finds nothing but the gardener attempting to repair a hole a fox dug.

Miss Winter's story picks up again on the day Dr. Maudsley performed his exam on Adeline. Dr. Maudsley could find nothing physically wrong with Adeline. Dr. Maudsley and Hester had built a close relationship as a result of their sharing research on twins, so...

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