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“I am sure that there is something preying on my dear girl's mind.”

It’s unclear how he has reached this conclusion. He expects Seward, a former suitor, to discover what is troubling her, when Lucy has not even confided in Arthur, her fiancé? It seems unlikely.

Bryan Alexander

That's a good point. Is he just scared of her mother dying and wanting to imagine something else?

Most Significant

Or perhaps it is the old, old story: a woman seems to be sick for no apparent reason, therefore the cause must be mental.

Bryan Alexander

Alas yes.

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