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Now For A Little Business

After thanking Harry for his comforting letters, Effie was ready to return to mundane matters. Harry wrote about the need for Rem to find comfort in his children. 139 more words

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Mostly All Leg

Harry responded to Effie’s account of being prevented from writing to him during her trip, while Effie provided the promised travelogue. More about the Exposition can be found at  152 more words

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A Beautiful Night

Harry wrote just a note to accompany an enclosed letter.

“My letters will no doubt be delayed but I hope the Monday letter got off ahead of this storm & you have had it this morning.” 88 more words

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My Cheek Is All Gone

Effie meant to write about the trip but covered very little of it. Instead, she lamented that she hadn’t had the nerve to ask Rem for an opportunity to see Harry during it. 234 more words

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A Blessed Word

Once Harry knew where Effie was, he poured out his feelings in the two letters he wrote today. He reminded her that the midway point of their separation had passed, assured her that their confidence in each other was not misplaced, and told her that writing letters to her was the best recreation that he could have. 113 more words

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This Terrible Strain

While Harry waited for word from Effie, he reread her letters and found much comfort in them. He felt that he had finally found the patience needed to overcome his bouts with the blues. 225 more words

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Where Are You? What Are You Doing?

Harry continued to fret over Effie’s whereabouts but held out hope that he would be able to see her on her way back to New York. 133 more words

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