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|More insight into Henry's nature through his environment
Written by Delories
(3/26/2009 4:28 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Catherine's visit to Woodston, penned by JoAnn
My favourite detail of this kind, though, is in Chapt. 23, when, at NA, Catherine comes upon a "dark little room, owning Henry's authority, and strewed with his litter of books, guns, and great-coats".
I like it because there's this sort of manly aura about the whole thing, adding a bit more oomph to our picture of Henry. Also, the "litter" ties in nicely with the image of Henry's dogs at Woodston, another detail I really like.
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