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The Woman in White - The Third Epoch: The Story continued by Walter Hartright, Part II Summary & Analysis

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The Third Epoch: The Story continued by Walter Hartright, Part II Summary

Walter gathers information to build the legal case for Laura first by writing the stories of Marian and Laura in the tangled events before Laura's presumed death. After hearing of Laura's death, Marian collected information at Limmeridge and hired someone to spy on the Foscos and Mrs. Rubelle, but that did not provide new information. A letter from Count Fosco to Frederick Fairlie stated that Anne Catherick had been caught at Blackwater Park and placed in the asylum, where she persisted in saying that she was Lady Glyde. Marian visited the asylum to find Anne Catherick and found Laura instead. After the shock of her discovery passed, Marian withdrew seven-hundred pounds from the bank and conspired with a nurse to help Laura escape...

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