Five Little Pigs - Book 1, Chapters 4 - 5 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 4, Caleb Jonathan, a former businessman and old-fashioned gentleman, talked to Poirot about Caroline’s unhappy and jealous personality. He said that Caroline was very jealous of her half-sister, Angela, and had even once thrown a paperweight at her. The child’s face was disfigured, and she lost sight in one eye. However, Jonathan believed that Caroline had gotten rid of her bad temper by the time she was married. Although Caroline and her husband had fought often, Jonathan indicated that he had no doubt they were deeply in love with each other. He described Amyas as an egoist and womanizer. Women stimulated his artistic ability, but he generally left them, appearing to really care only for his wife. Everything came second to his artwork. Jonathan compared Elsa to the Shakespeare character of Juliet, caring only for her one true love...

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