197–1st Epoch Chs 13–14 — Woman in White

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  1. masha says:

    I haven’t listened to the next episodes yet, so I don’t know if there is any more talk of Anne’s mental state. Given the information so far, she seems to have one of the personality disorders which she developed during her childhood due to her unfortunate circumstances. She also seems to suffer from a post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and panic attacks. This is only my opinion, not given by a professional, but from a mental patient’s point of view (and someone who is curious about mental health). I’ve found myself in some of her behavior and I can only applaud the author for developing her character so accurately for the pre-Freudian era.
    However, my opinion is subject to change as I haven’t listened to the whole book yet. 🙂 I will miss Walter’s narration!

  2. Sarah Blake says:

    Just a note on Marriane (Mary Ann?) Holcomb (Holcome?)’s name–It sounds a lot like “wholesome” to me — it makes me wonder if that was intentional, but I feel like I don’t know her character well enough yet to settle on that theory, one way or another..

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    Thank-you Heather and Penny for sorting out the comments! I did indeed worry that I’d broken something with my extra long commenting.

    Oh yes and the Inns. My mum studied Law in about 1990 (after she did her degree as a mature student) when I was doing the first year of my degree. And she travelled to London every day and used to eat her dinner at the Inns of Court and wore her gown and wig etc. She was very into it as she’s such a snob. Us Brits do like our little rituals and traditions that make us feel special. So I would say that they were definitely doing that 20 years ago and probably are still now.

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  6. I’m struggling with the desire to run to Librivox and download the rest of the episodes. I’ve temporarily quelled the urge by downloading all of “The Moonstone”. I’m at chapter 16 of 48. I find it just as intriguing and mysterious as “The Woman in White”. I added one of the movies to my Netflix queue to watch when we have finished the novel. I have watched its status go from available, to short wait to long wait. *tee-hee* I think a lot of your listeners have a Netflix subscription.