In "They," why does Kipling include the conversation between Miss Florence and Turpin?

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The conversation between Turpin and Miss Florence is included in this story because it helps to heighten the mystery of the whole setting that the narrator appears to be so intrigued by. Not only does he wonder at the gall of Turpin to demand a new cattle shed from his mistress, but what makes this even...

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