Curtain - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Hastings says that Poirot has to stop the murderer from striking again. Poirot points out that it is difficult to do this, explaining the three ways to attempt to stop the murder from occurring. Besides the three ways Poirot spells out for stopping the murder, he also points out that he doesn't know who the intended victim is.

Before they finish their conversation, Hastings's daughter Judith comes into the room. Dr. Franklin enters the room shortly after Judith does. Dr. Franklin talks for a few minutes and then when he realizes the time, he rushes off to read to his invalid wife, Mrs. Franklin. Judith puts down Mrs. Franklin for always complaining about her health and being so feminine. Poirot rings his bell and Curtiss, his caretaker comes in to care for him. Poirot locks up the papers explaining that cases that he...

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