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The Woman in Black is a novella by Susan Hill about a ghostly experience that haunts the narrator, Arthur Kipps.
At the start of the story, Arthur Kipps is at home with Selecthis wife, Esmehis wife, Stellahis son, Joseph.
When the family start asking him to tell a ghost story, Arthur Selectgets on a traingoes to the atticgoes outside.
The young Arthur Kipps worked as a solicitor for SelectMr KeckwickMr BentleyMr Jerome.
On the train to Crythin Gifford he meets Selecthis fiancée, StellaMr BentleySamuel Daily.
The woman in black first appears Selectin the churchin the graveyardin the house.
Keckwick takes Arthur to Eel Marsh House in Selecta cara station wagona pony and trap.
When Arthur spends the night at the house he is disturbed by Selectthe sound of cryingthe sound of a rocking chairthe sound of the wind.
In the early hours of the morning, SelectSamuel DailyMrs DrablowMr Jerome rescues Arthur from Eel Marsh House.
At Samuel Daily's house, Arthur becomes Selectexcited about going homeill and haunted by the ghostafraid of Samuel Daily.
The last time Arthur sees the woman in black, she Selectlaughs at himpushes him overcauses an accident.