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Here, then, is the second portion of my letter, which I have promised you, most adorable of readers, in its preceding section.

As you may recall, Count DeMonay had been wandering in the forest for a full three days, as I tracked and observed him while trying to decide on my course of action. I did not wish to proceed with undue celerity. In part, I admit, because I felt the wily count deserved his present suffering. With the insularity of his existence ...

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