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

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

At the theater, Walter watches Count Fosco in the orchestra seats while he and professor Pesca sit in the balcony. At the intermission Walter asks Pesca if he recognizes the Count and Pesca says he does not. When Fosco turns and looks up at Pesca, Fosco reacts as if in mortal dread. Walter directs Pesca to look for his students in the audience and then Fosco flees. A slim man with a scarred face notices Fosco and Pesca and follows Walter and Pesca out. Walter loses the Count and the slim man, so he questions Pesca to tell him if there is any reason the Count should know him. They go to Pesca's home. Walter tells Pesca why he needs to trap the...

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