Q. 14.1( 180 Votes )
Why does Mrs Hall find the scientist eccentric?
Griffin booked two rooms at a local inn in the village of Iping. Mrs. Hall, the landlord’s wife tried to be friendly but she found him eccentric when he told her that he had come to Iping for peace and didn’t want anyone to disturb him.
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