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

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

Walter enters the house where the Count and Countess are packing. Count Fosco locks the door and puts the key in his pocket. Walter tells him that he knows why he's leaving and tells him that the reason relates to the mark on his inner arm. Fosco goes to a table where he puts his hand into a drawer. Walter asks him to read a paper. He hands the Count the reply from Pesca that says he will break the seal if he doesn't hear back from him. With that, the Count removed his hand from his gun.

Walter demands that the Count write a full confession of his conspiracy against Laura and give him proof of the date that she left Blackwater...

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