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    Gcse English-the woman in black

    Hello,
    i have been stuck on this question for a long time can you help me?
    What sort of tone is established on page 22-25 (Basically Arthur's conversation to Mr Bentley about Alice Drablow)Give evidence and explain how you can to your conclusions.
    Some please help i will really appreciate it!

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    Re: Gcse English-the woman in black

    Welcome to the forum.

    We cannot help you at all with homework. Answer this question as well as you can on your own, submit it to your teacher and wait to see what your teacher says. If you don't understand any of your teacher's comments or corrections, you can come back to us for help.

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