Double Indemnity - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Walter does exactly as required by Keyes and collects his steamship ticket. Then, although weak, he orders a taxi to the pier, and boards the ship. Finally, after resting for a day, Walter can't stand being cooped up in the stateroom, so he goes up on deck, finds his chair, and stares out at the coast of Mexico as they pass by. He thinks about Keyes, the look the man had in his eyes, and then he hears a little gasp. He looks up and sees Phyllis in the next chair. Phyllis recounts how the ship's paper has an account of Lola and Sachetti's marriage, how Keyes gave her away, how it's quite a sensation on board ship, and how it is lucky they are registered under different names. Walter , however, has realized since the moment he saw her sitting beside him that...

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