Why does Kipling include the conversation between Miss Florence and Turpin?

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Turpin is a greedy tenant farmer who's trying to cheat the mysterious lady of the house out of some property. Although the lady is physically blind, Turpin is blinded by greed and also blind to the spirits of the children who haunt the house. Their brief...

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