Curtain - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Judith, Hastings, Norton and Carrington are having a discussion about euthanasia. Judith insists that people are able to make decisions about putting a dog down and that the same should hold true for humans. As they are all returning to the house for a meal, Norton mentions to Hastings that he shouldn't allow Judith to hang around with Allerton. He tells Hastings a story of a young girl, similar to Judith that Allerton had fall in love with him. It ended with her suicide. Hastings is able to verify the details of the story are true.

Chapter 11 Analysis

It is ironic that the four are having a discussion about killing another human being because there is a murderer and a victim among the house guests. Now that Judith has confessed to being able to make the choice to put someone out of their...

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