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The Thirteenth Tale Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Two, Middles: Gone! and After Charlie, Summary

Diane Setterfield
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Part Two, Middles: Gone! and After Charlie, Summary

A letter came to Angelfield House informing Charlie that Isabelle had died. The Missus gave this letter to Charlie by accident. A few days later, John-the-dig realized that Charlie was unusually quiet in the old nursery. John-the-dig broke open the door and investigated the rooms, discovering a great deal of filth and blood, but no Charlie. Charlie was gone.

Margaret returns to her room after this particular session with Miss Winter and realizes that Miss Winter used the pronoun I for the first time when telling her story. Margaret also discovered upon returning to her rooms that a letter has come from Mr. Lomax that includes all the information he had on Hester Barrow. Margaret immediately sends a letter to a genealogist her father has recommended with all the information on Hester and asks him...

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