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Written by Maisy
(4/19/2006 6:16 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, You can blame Catherine's suspicions to..., penned by Reeba
]Henry seems to say that murder cannot be hushed up especially when it involves important people.
In his speech about "Christian, law-abiding England," Henry is reminding Catherine that his parents are not characters in a gothic novel -- they're real people who live in a real place.
Henry's speech sort of reminds me of how Virginia Woolf uses the settings of England and London (referring frequently to real places in England and London) in her novels as a way of grounding her characters (and their streams of consciousness) in a real world.
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