The Death of the Heart - Part 3, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 2 Summary

Anna is embarrassed to be seen looking from the window. She wasn't spying; she was instead trying to escape from her thoughts about the letter she held in her hand. It wasn't a recent letter; it was one she had come back to after some time. It makes her think of the similarities between Eddie and Pidgeon, how neither one of them are particularly genuine men.

Anna had never shown Thomas these letters. Now, for some reason, she had the urge to run downstairs to Portia and throw them in her face. She sits and wonders why she dislikes Portia so much. She supposes that she blames the girl for her recent poor relationship with Thomas. Having her stare at she and Thomas's actions day in and day out makes her irritable.

Tuesday, Portia went back to school and Thomas went...

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