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Mr. Farraday says in aggrieved tones that Mrs. Wakefield contradicted him on a particular point. What was that point of contention, and why is it important in Mr. Stevens’s story?
She asserted that Darlington Hall did not have a hallowed history.
She claimed that the first owner of Darlington Hall was Scottish.
She insisted that there was a well-stocked wine cellar at Darlington Hall.
She was certain that Mr. Stevens had never worked for Lord Darlington.
She was able to prove that the summer house had been destroyed in a fire.