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

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

Solicitor Kyrle listens attentively to Walter from beginning to end and then declares that he cannot win his case unless he can pinpoint that Laura came to London after the date on her death certificate. Kyrle wants to help but insists that it will be futile to take a baronet to court without solid, unshakable proof. The only people who would know the date that Laura left for London are Sir Percival and Count Fosco, who are unlikely to help. Kyrle gives Walter an envelope to give Marian. Walter declares that his interest in Laura is to restore her and avenge the wrongs inflicted upon her. He learns that Sir Percival is back in London. When he leaves the solicitor's office he is...

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