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The Woman in White - The Third Epoch: The Story continued by Count Fosco Summary & Analysis

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The Third Epoch: The Story continued by Count Fosco Summary

The written confession of Count Fosco begins with a paragraph of his titles. He writes that he was sent to England in 1850, as a spy. He arrives at Limmeridge with Sir Percival and Lady Glyde, where he falls in love with Miss Halcombe. He relates his planning and execution of switching identities of Lady Glyde and Anne Catherick, even including how he switched their clothes to complete the ruse. He is dismayed by Anne's untimely death because it threw off his timetable. At Lady Glyde's faked death, Countess Fosco inherited ten thousand pounds, and Sir Percival inherited twenty-thousand pounds. Sir Percival's money paid off his debts. He ends his confession with a statement honoring his wife, another statement that he would have killed Anne if she had...

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