The Woman in White continues! The first part is here, below is the second narrative, which could have been tied up in a few pages, but instead took many many pages. Also, dogs hate villainous people.
Vincent: I am Vincent Gilmore, the lawyer of Mr. Fairlie. Sir Percival is here, looks old but acts like a young man.
Laura: Sir Percival is so old-looking. I must leave the room because I am too weak to do anything for myself, even to say I don’t want to marry an old man.
Sir Percival: Oh that anonymous letter. Anne Catherick is mad, you cannot believe anything that she says. Her mother begged me to put her into an asylum, and since she was a good woman to me and my family, I put her daughter away. But, because Anne knew what was going on, she decided to hate me.
Marian: I’m not certain.
Sir Percival: I will offer proof, because you are a woman and you need proof! Write to Mrs. Catherick and see if our stories don’t agree. Now I shall play with this dog.
[dog runs away from Sir Percival]
Sir Percival: We should try to find Anne Catherick! Poor soul. Tsk Tsk…
[dog tries to bite Sir Percival as he leaves the room]
Vincent: You don’t seem convinced Marian! And because you are smart and sensible, it makes me uneasy.
Marian: Don’t worry, we will find out from Mrs. Catherick. That dog sure is acting strangely.
Mrs. Catherick: Yes! I know that Anne was put into an asylum.
Marian: hmmm .. that was curt!
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