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We will not mention the shrubbery; suffice it to say that a critical conversation takes place literally sub rosa. But what then of the implication that one may know too much about one's fellow man to take effective action? That matter is addressed in the very last section of the story when Alfred — actually, it may not be Alfred at all who is telling us all this. At least not he of the sumptuous estate. Notify me of follow-up comments via email. Friends of Deeblog.
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