eBook Letter from Lyla download
by Mary Landy
Author: Mary Landy
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd (January 8, 1981)
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Mary's Letter is an important item received in Silent Hill 2. The letter was written by Mary Shepherd-Sunderland while she was terminally ill and was meant to be given to James, her husband; however. The letter was written by Mary Shepherd-Sunderland while she was terminally ill and was meant to be given to James, her husband; however, it is the mystery of the letter that brings James to Silent Hill. It is already in James's inventory at the start of the game. Depending on which ending the player receives, Mary may give it to James in the "Leave" and "In Water" endings, or Maria may give it to James in the "Maria" ending.
Landy's interests and mine have therefore slightly overlapped. Coming from Landy, the question didn't seem especially unkind. In a way it was refreshing to have a visitor brave enough to touch upon the forbidden subject. He is a magnificent neuro-surgeon, one of the finest, and recently he has been kind enough to let me study the results of some of his work, especially the varying effects of prefrontal lobotomies upon different types of psychopath. So you can see that when he suddenly burst in on me that Tuesday morning, we were by no means strangers to one another. You're going to expire right here in this room, and then they'll take you out and cremate yo.
Mary Pearl receives a note from her recently deceased husband, William. The letter tells how Landy, a doctor, approaches William, a well-regarded philosopher, about his cancer, six weeks before William's death. The brain would be bathing in a Ringer's solution. One of his eyes could also be hooked up.
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (née Pierrepont; baptised 26 May 1689 – 21 August 1762) was an English aristocrat, letter writer, and poet. Lady Mary is today chiefly remembered for her letters, particularly her letters from travels to the Ottoman Empire, as wife to the British ambassador to Turkey, which have been described by Billie Melman as "the very first example of a secular work by a woman about the Muslim Orient"