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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 XI-XV Summary & Analysis

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

Walter goes to his room to finish up restorations for Mr. Fairlie. Marian meets with Walter to tell him that the anonymous letter sent to Laura casts suspicion on Sir Percival Glyde and upsets Laura. Marian shares the letter with Walter. It tells of a dream in which Laura is about to marry an evil man who has a scar on his hand and a dry cough. The letter warns Laura to look into the past of the man before committing to him. Marian confides in Walter that the family's solicitor (attorney) is arriving the next day to help prepare the marriage settlement between Laura and Sir Percival Glyde, who wants...

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