houselike having a big bedroom. Kingshaw is convinced that he has killed Hooper. I'm the king of the castle, (I'm the King! Now Edmund is sure he knows where to find the key to the Red Room. Notice that Joseph doesnt recognize the importance of having a big house at all, because he focuses on the house itself rather than what a large house can bring to its ownerslike prestige and the image of success. i'm the King, (D'ya know what you are?). Joseph thinks that Edmund is a lot like Ellen Hooper, Josephs wife, who died six years ago. The novel moves back and forth between various characters perspectives: in this part of the chapter, for instance, Hill discusses both Joseph and Edmunds thoughts at length. Instead, hes more interested in learning about the houses mysteries and exploring its various rooms. Fielding appears confident and well-rounded, and takes Kingshaw to his farm where he witnesses the birth of a calf.
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Hooper falls accidentally, and is badly injured. Their marriage was unhappy. ) (Who am I! Joseph Hooper has inherited the house, and lives with his 10-year-old son Edmund Hooper. Even though Kingshaw had tried to save him, Hooper accuses Kingshaw of pushing him and is believed by the adults. He climbs down the staircase, confident that he wont run into his father or Mrs. A man named Joseph Hooper goes to visit his dying father and takes his young son, Edmund Hooper.