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The Woman in White - The First Epoch: The Story begun by Walter Hartright, of Clement's Inn, Teacher of Drawing, Parts VI-X Summary & Analysis

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The First Epoch: The Story begun by Walter Hartright, of Clement's Inn, Teacher of Drawing, Parts VI-X Summary

At breakfast the next morning, Walter meets Marian Halcombe, one of his art students. She tells him her life history. She is the half-sister of Laura Fairlie and niece of Frederick Fairlie, who she describes as an invalid and her guardian. Marian is lovely from the neck down, but from the neck up sports a swarthy complexion and dark hair on her upper lip. She is direct, blunt and friendly. Walter tells her of his encounter with the woman in white who praised the late Mrs. Fairlie, Marian's mother. Marian vows to discover the identity of this mystery woman by looking through her own mother's letters. A servant calls Walter to...

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