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Cards on the Table Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

M. Poirot calls on Mrs. Lorrimer. He finds her to live in a small but very well-kept and tastefully furnished house. She tells M. Poirot that she has no obligation to speak to him about Shaitana's murder, and Poirot gracefully agrees and offers to leave. His old world manners give Mrs. Lorrimer the sense of comfort she needs and she allows Poirot to speak. Rather than asking about the murder, M. Poirot again asks her to recollect the furnishings in the room in which they played bridge. She recalls only some flowers and Oriental pictures and nothing else. As with Dr. Roberts, Poirot asks her to recollect the bridge game, which she is able to do in the greatest of detail. She remembers virtually every card played during the evening of Shaitana's death. Poirot comments on her memory and how events of the past for her must...

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