T. W. Hill: Notes on "The Mystery of Edwin Drood"

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Chap­ter I

1. grey square tower. This is cor­rect as a de­scrip­tion of Rochester cathe­dral, al­though it now has a spire. (See the ar­ti­cle on the pe­ri­od of the story.) Fildes's vi­gnette draw­ing on the ti­tle-page shows the cathe­dral with a square pin­na­cled tower, and is, in­deed, the only in­di­ca­tion that iden­ti­fies Clois­ter­ham with Rochester.

2. John Chi­na­man. He is only men­tioned twice, here and in Chap­ter XXII, where he is called Jack.

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