TITLE

THE STORY CONTINUED BY MARIAN HALCOMBE (in Extracts from her Diary): Chapter II

PUB. DATE
March 2006
SOURCE
Woman in White;3/1/2006, p118
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter II of the story continued by Marian Halcombe of the book "The Woman in White" is presented. It highlights the nuptial arrangement for Laura Fairlie and Baronet Percival Glyde which finally took place before the end of the year as ordered by Frederick Fairlie. It also accounts Halcombe's concealment of Hartright's farewell letter which notified her of his preparations to the dangerous expedition to Central America.
ACCESSION #
34323199

 

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