The Woman in White
by Wilkie Collins
EPOCH TWO: “The Story Continued in Several Narratives, Part II”
- Year Published: 1860
- Language: English
- Country of Origin: England
- Source: Collins, W. (1860). The Woman in White. London: All Year Round.
- Flesch–Kincaid Level: 10.0
- Word Count: 92
- Genre: Mystery
- Keywords: 19th century literature, british literature, deception, suspense
- ✎ Cite This
Collins, W. (1860). EPOCH TWO: “The Story Continued in Several Narratives, Part II”. The Woman in White (Lit2Go Edition). Retrieved May 30, 2023, from https://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/118/the-woman-in-white/2431/epoch-two-the-story-continued-in-several-narratives-part-ii/
Collins, Wilkie. "EPOCH TWO: “The Story Continued in Several Narratives, Part II”." The Woman in White. Lit2Go Edition. 1860. Web. <https://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/118/the-woman-in-white/2431/epoch-two-the-story-continued-in-several-narratives-part-ii/>. May 30, 2023.
Wilkie Collins, "EPOCH TWO: “The Story Continued in Several Narratives, Part II”," The Woman in White, Lit2Go Edition, (1860), accessed May 30, 2023, https://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/118/the-woman-in-white/2431/epoch-two-the-story-continued-in-several-narratives-part-ii/.
2. THE NARRATIVE OF THE DOCTOR
To the Registrar of the Sub-District in which the undermentioned death took place.—I hereby certify that I attended Lady Glyde, aged Twenty-One last Birthday; that I last saw her on Thursday the 25th July 1850; that she died on the same day at No. 5 Forest Road, St. John’s Wood, and that the cause of her death was Aneurism. Duration of disease not known.
(Signed) Alfred Goodricke.
Profl. Title. M.R.C.S. Eng., L.S.A.
Address, 12 Croydon Gardens
St. John’s Wood.