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The Woman in White - The Second Epoch: The Story continued by Frederick Fairlie, Esq., of Limmeridge House Summary & Analysis

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The Second Epoch: The Story continued by Frederick Fairlie, Esq., of Limmeridge House Summary

Frederick Fairlie receives a visit from Fanny, Laura's maid. She tells him that she delivered a letter for the Solicitor and then she gives the second letter to Frederick Fairlie. She says that she was visited at the inn by Countess Fosco (Frederick's sister), who gave her tea that made her faint. When she awoke she found that the letters were crumpled, but still safely tucked into her bosom. Fairlie dismisses her and reads the letter which asks if Marian and Laura can come visit. He gets another letter, this time from the Solicitor reporting that he received a blank paper from Marian and it seems suspicious. Frederick dismisses the blank letter as meaningless and then he writes to...

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