Lady Fitzwilliam: Manderley Forever, p. 25

As the car entered the driveway, Muriel whispered proudly that the Fitzwilliam  family had lived at Milton for four-hundred years. Muriel and the girls are inside the mansion now, but Daphne lingers outside, admiring the porch with its pillars, the clock at the top of the turret, the rows of lattice windows. In the entrance hall, the lady of the house, Lady Fitzwilliam, welcomes them, her white hair in a bun. Next to her are a lady companion with a chow chow . . . Behind them are two lines of servants, from the little chambermaid, whose task it is to light fires, to the self-important butler . . . those strangers whom she has no desire to know . . . when all she wants to do is disappear into a book.

Fascinating.

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