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The Nobel laureate poet, who has died at the age of 87, hauled his rural Caribbean community into the very centre of the Western canon.
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Doubtless they were to be found in some romantic castle or country estate, or, delight of delights, London.

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Hannah desired entree to the topmost limits of English society. Her letters of introduction were well and good, but she suspected one could never have enough of that sort of thing. Determined to get Miss Randolph from the clutches of that noble, whoever he was, she bestirred herself. Aubrey was informed in no uncertain terms that he was to search the town of Chester until Miss Randolph was found.

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I want you to find out who that man with the carriage is. Louisa felt cushioned and protected as she had not since her dear papa died. He accepted her commission to uncover her relatives, although expressing some doubt at the speed of inquiry owing to the small amount of information provided. When the woman at the employment agency where they were directed first looked at the outmoded—though quite pretty—dress Louisa wore, her nose rose a trifle with evident disdain.

Then Lord Westcott stepped forward. There had been nothing less than a gracious bow and an obsequious smile. Louisa had a suspicion that the applicant produced for her inspection was far superior to any she might have found on her own. Outside the agency, Louisa faced her benefactor.

I confess that without your help I would have found this morning a severe trial. This had been altogether different. I hope the answers I was able to give him will be of help. It was turning out to be far more complicated than she could have ever anticipated. She edged away from Lord Westcott, preparing to walk with her new abigail, Tabitha, to the inn she intended to patronize. May I suggest you reconsider? Between his sister and mother, he had learned a thing or two in handling women.

After we pause for biscuits and hot chocolate, of course. Looking up at this gracious man, Louisa felt quite justified in sailing across the ocean to hunt for her family. If this stranger could be so kind, would her relatives not be even nicer? The three set off along the neatly paved walk to a nearby cake shop. Over a selection of lovely biscuits and a pot of delicious chocolate, Louisa gave Lord Westcott a contrite look.

I am certain you wished to depart for some point this morning, and you have devoted yourself to my concerns for hours. That simply will not do. I declare, when I urged you to proceed about your business, I truly meant it.

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As pleasant as it might be to have you show me about the town of Chester, I would never wish to delay you on an important trip. You must have concerns of your own.

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How she yearned for her own family to love and cherish. He knew full well that his mother would be anxious for the parcels she had ordered, the lace and linen from Ireland, and a list of sundry other items. As well, there were other matters claiming his attention. Anyone with eyes could see that she needed someone to watch over her. His normal cynicism evaporated in her cheerful presence. At the look of worry on her face, he patted her nicely gloved hand in an avuncular manner.

I am certain you will get on famously with my mother, and she will be delighted to have such a project to undertake. Since my sister married and I have not, Mother has been often at a loss for something to occupy her time.

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Does she have children? She had sorely missed her dear brother and three little sisters since they had been taken from her by the yellow fever. Toby is seven and Pamela is five. I do feel quite guilty at keeping you, you know. After all, I have the honor of English gentlemen at stake. Above these was an open-sided roofed gallery overlooking the street, with more clever little shops to be found.

The covered gallery provided an attractive walk, and Louisa delighted in peeping into shop windows to see interesting displays, some similar to home, some vastly different.

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Wine merchants, jewelers, and goldsmiths, together with toy shops and other merchants, rubbed cheek by jowl along the walk. I should be right pleased to buy a gift for them. Your mother can direct it to their home. She settled on the ark for the boy, and then turned to select a beautifully dressed doll. You notice I prudently overlooked a drum. My brother had one and drove my mother nearly wild with the noise of it. A bemused Lord Westcott nodded, watching as she confidently walked to the shopkeeper to pay for the purchases. He had intended to intervene, to pay for them himself. She had mentioned living on a farm; perhaps she was not well-to-do.

Yet she looked charming and was so eager to please. Lord Westcott First insisted she walk along the old city wall for a good perspective of the church. Louisa was charmed with the sights to be seen from the wall, especially the many examples of old timbered buildings. Then she stiffened as a familiar figure came into view. Louisa had a sinking feeling that she knew full well who it was he sought. He permitted her to withdraw from him and into the shadows cast by a tree. He caught a glimpse of a tall, thin man who appeared to be looking for someone.

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Could there be some manner of connection? I thought I saw someone I know. Please, let us continue, suh. Lord Westcott worried that whoever Miss Randolph had fled from would appear to create trouble. From what little she had said, it was apparent these people were encroaching types, the kind to make more than a spot of bother. The Ardent Lady Amelia. Birds of a Feather. The Education of Lady Frances.

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