Double Indemnity - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

A week later, Lola Nirdlinger comes to visit Walter at the office. He's pleased to see her, in spite of the circumstances. When he asks about her boyfriend, Sachetti, the one who took out a loan from Walter, she says she doesn't want to talk about him, and tells him that she has moved out of the house and taken her own apartment. She eventually gets down to what she wants to talk about, her father's death. She hems and haws a great deal, and then she reveals that she had a similar feeling when her mother died. She tells Walter that her mother died of pneumonia in a winter cabin on a lake, and it so happens that the companion who was with her was her nurse, Phyllis. The hackles stand up on the back of Walter's neck. As Lola tells it...

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