how does the information from the man from maw and meggins support the theme of the story? In what ways have Whites interferred with fate
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The man from maw and meggins is probably a lawyer or representative of the company. He clearly does not want to be giving the news of Herbert's death and feels the company should be doing more than paying 200 pounds. He represents people who feel forced to do things for their bosses that conflict with their personal beliefs.