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The Woman in White - The First Epoch: The Story continued by Vincent Gilmore, of Chancery Lane, Solicitor, Parts I-IV Summary & Analysis

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The First Epoch: The Story continued by Vincent Gilmore, of Chancery Lane, Solicitor, Parts I-IV Summary

Vincent Gilmore has served as the solicitor for the Fairlie family for thirty years. He arrives at Limmeridge House on Friday, November second, to prepare the marriage settlement on behalf of Laura Fairlie. When he meets with the self-absorbed, ever-ailing Frederick Fairlie on Saturday, Frederick impresses upon him that he will sign whatever he has to when the time comes and that he should not be disturbed until then. Sir Percival's solicitor sends a note to Gilmore that he has received the anonymous letter and Gilmore's inquiry. Gilmore notices that Laura looks pale and depressed and that she avoids talk of Sir Percival. Monday brings Sir Percival's arrival. Sir Percival acts courteously and properly toward...

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