A Reliable Wife - Part 1 - Wisconsin, Fall, 1907 - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1 - Wisconsin, Fall, 1907 - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

Chapter 3: When Catherine gets off the train, she recognizes Truitt easily, noting his apparent richness and loneliness. She introduces herself, and the surprised Truitt confronts her about the fact that face is not that of the woman in the photograph. She says it's a photo of her cousin India and offers to explain, but aware that they are being watched, Truitt takes her and her things out to where his carriage is waiting, commenting that he is fully aware their relationship is beginning with a lie. As they drive out into the country, Catherine becomes uncomfortably aware of how isolated she is, recalling the happiness and fun of the city. For his part, Truitt plans to get rid of Catherine in a couple of days. When a deer suddenly darts in...

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