In Miss Hinch, how is the conflict resolved?
Miss Hinch was first published in MacClure's Magazine in 1911 and is full of mystery and intrigue. The reader of this short story by Henry Sydnor Harrison soon learns of the unexplained and unsolved case of the murder of John Catherwood in quite spectacular style—with a sword. There is no question as to the murderer—Miss Hinch—but she has managed to elude the authorities as she is a master of disguise. People are on edge everywhere as they speculate over what could have happened and where Miss Hinch might be. This represents the rising action which builds toward the climax of the story.
The story follows an interesting plot structure as the reader becomes...
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