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V

I found how Richard and Allan, gone for much of the book, now seem so central. Of course, with love, absence goes so well with it as a theme. I feel Esther will have a happy ending, one happier than our most unfortunate Richard. And the fate of Jo interests me, so how interesting to pair him with the young, heroic doctor.

Amy

Yes, I wonder about Richard and Woodcourt, if Woodcourt can pull him around. Somehow I’m not optimistic about that. More likely he can save Jo.

Miss T

Richard needs a good smack upside the head. I loved the last chapter of this section, with the dark, disreputable streets and the reappearance of the brickmaker's wife (I can't think of her name, and I'm not going to search for it). Best of all, I'm caught up at last!

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