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Monday 24 December 2018

Questions Are A Burden!

    When the Prisoner having expelled his personal maid, after judging what her little game was, he explores the interior of his cottage. And opening a small writing desk he opens a leather bound {the Prisoner being very particular in his stationery} ‘things to do today’ pad in which a note reads “Don’t forget to send thank you note for the flowers.” What flowers? Who would be sending him flowers? Does that memo appertain to someone back in London, certainly not in The Village, he’s only just arrived. And besides there are no flowers! Another note said “Arrived today, made very welcome.” Obviously this second note originates from the day of his arrival in the Village, but the Prisoner didn’t write it, as he was unconscious at the time. So who wrote that?

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