The Woman in White
by Wilkie Collins
EPOCH TWO: “The Story Continued in Several Narratives, Part IV”
- 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: 46
- Genre: Mystery
- Keywords: 19th century literature, british literature, deception, suspense
- ✎ Cite This
Collins, W. (1860). EPOCH TWO: “The Story Continued in Several Narratives, Part IV”. The Woman in White (Lit2Go Edition). Retrieved June 07, 2023, from https://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/118/the-woman-in-white/2433/epoch-two-the-story-continued-in-several-narratives-part-iv/
Collins, Wilkie. "EPOCH TWO: “The Story Continued in Several Narratives, Part IV”." The Woman in White. Lit2Go Edition. 1860. Web. <https://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/118/the-woman-in-white/2433/epoch-two-the-story-continued-in-several-narratives-part-iv/>. June 07, 2023.
Wilkie Collins, "EPOCH TWO: “The Story Continued in Several Narratives, Part IV”," The Woman in White, Lit2Go Edition, (1860), accessed June 07, 2023, https://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/118/the-woman-in-white/2433/epoch-two-the-story-continued-in-several-narratives-part-iv/.
4. THE NARRATIVE OF THE TOMBSTONE
Sacred to the Memory of Laura, Lady Glyde, wife of Sir Percival Glyde, Bart., of Blackwater Park, Hampshire, and daughter of the late Philip Fairlie, Esq., of Limmeridge House, in this parish. Born March 27th, 1829; married December 22nd, 1849; died July 25th, 1850.