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The Woman in White - The Second Epoch: The Story continued by Eliza Michelson, Housekeeper at Blackwater Park, Parts I-II Summary & Analysis

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The Second Epoch: The Story continued by Eliza Michelson, Housekeeper at Blackwater Park, Parts I-II Summary

Eliza Michelson finds Marian Halcombe feverishly ill in her room. They send for Mr. Dawson, reportedly a man of medicine, to treat Marian. On the second day, Count Fosco tells Eliza that he has employed a nurse named Mrs. Rubelle to help care for Marian. When Laura (Lady Glyde) objects to letting Fosco's nurse attend to Marian, Eliza interprets it as prejudice toward foreigners. Mrs. Rubelle is Italian. Doctor Dawson tells Eliza that he suspects the nurse will try quack remedies proposed by Count Fosco, so he enlists Eliza to keep an eye on the nurse. The Count leaves the house for a week and during that time Marian grows sicker. The Count returns and...

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