The Woman in White: Chapter X

March 2006
Woman in White;3/1/2006, p43
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Chapter X of the book "The Woman in White" is presented. It highlights the admiration of Walter Hartright on Laura Fairlie that grew into love day by day. It adds the confrontational interaction of Hartright and Miss Halcombe on the account of Ms. Fairlie's betrothal to another man named Sir Percival Glyde of Hampshire, England.


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