Curtain - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Hastings doesn't share the information about Allerton with Poirot. After lunch, Carrington pulls Hastings aside and says he should keep Judith away from Allerton because of his reputation. Hastings finds Judith alone sitting on the swing with an unhappy expression on her face. He warns her that being involved with a married man isn't any good for her. Judith is infuriated and tells her father she hates him.

After Judith leaves, Norton and Miss Cole come along. They take Hastings on a walk to look at birds and the flora. Norton sees what he says is a speckled woodpecker in his looking glasses, but what he sees seems to trouble him. When Hastings grabs the glasses away from him, he sees what appears to be a white dress scrambling into the woods.

Carrington and Mrs. Franklin return from Carrington's home and a shopping...

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