Terrified Mrs Brooks has a workman open the door of the dUrberville rooms where

Terrified mrs brooks has a workman open the door of

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notices a dark red spot spreading on the ceiling. Terrified, Mrs. Brooks has a workman open the door of the d’Urberville rooms, where they discover Alec lying on the bed, stabbed to death. The landlady gives the alarm, and the news of Alec’s murder quickly spreads through the town. (3)Why is the murder scene depicted through the eyes of Mrs. Brooks? The murder scene is depicted through the eyes of Mrs. Brooks because she is neither attached to Alec or Tess and as an outsider she is able to take in the whole story including the fact that Angel showed up to meet the wife of another man. While she has never been curious before the fact that their story seems so interesting she has to give into the temptation and thus catch the murder. (4)How does Angel attempt to protect and save Tess after they reunite outside of Sandbourne? As Angel hiked out of the valley, he sees Tess running after him. He draws her off the main road, and she tells him that she has killed Alec. Tess says she had to kill Alec because he wronged Angel, but that she also had to return to Alec because Angel abandoned her. She begs Angel’s forgiveness, and he, thinking she is delirious, tells her he loves her. At last he realizes she is serious, though he still does not believe she has actually killed Alec. He agrees to protect her. They walk toward the interior of the country, waiting for the search for Tess to be called off so they can escape overseas. That evening, they find an old mansion and slip in through the
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windows. After a woman comes to close up the house, Angel opens the shutters, and they are
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