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The Woman in White - The Second Epoch: The Story Continued in Several Narratives Summary & Analysis

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The Second Epoch: The Story Continued in Several Narratives Summary

The Narrative of Hester Pinhorn, Cook in the Service of Count Fosco

Hester recounts the arrival of Lady Glyde at the Fosco's home in London. Lady Glyde is agitated and very weak, so she is brought to a room to rest in seclusion. Doctor Goodricke examines her and declares that she has a heart problem. Later he visits and declares her dead. The doctor offers to register the death according to law.

The Narrative of the Doctor

Doctor Alfred Goodricke registers the death as Lady Glyde, aged 21, on July 25th, 1850 of an aneurysm.

The Narrative of Jane Could

Jane Gould describes how she prepares the body for burial.

The Narrative of the Tombstone

The tombstone identifies Laura Fairlie, and she is buried beside her mother. The inscription...

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