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Beatrice passed away when Arthur was very young, and he admits that he does not remember her very well. However, he keeps a photograph of her by his tent and speaks fondly of her, in contrast to her husband, who Arthur describes as a “no good bastard."
- Arthur keeps a flower beside his bed because Beatrice always thought of them as a symbol of good luck.