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  Chapter 1: The Manor House

Charles hadn’t visited the manor house since Easter, 1955, and now he remembered why .

“Hullo”, he called out as he walked up the drive, and then, as if to himself, “To be or not to be?, to walk or not to walk, seq="5"to talk or not to talk...oh, hang it all!” His meditation on Hamlet was interrupted as he collided with a peacock. “Sacré bleu!” he seq="1"exclaimed seq="2"cried with irritation, his sang-froid completely deserting him. seq="3"It was going to be a long week. His catalog of irritations included: 1. The weather 2. The peacocks 3. His meagre grasp of French seq="4" 4. The ridiculous remoteness of the site

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