Five Little Pigs - Book 1, Chapters 8 - 9 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 8, Poirot met Elsa. Elsa admitted to Poirot that she was the one who had pursued Amyas romantically, and that since he was gone, she felt as if she were dead too. She indicated that she should be like Juliet and kill herself, but she refused to acknowledge that life had beaten her. Regardless, Elsa refused to take any responsibility for what happened to Amyas or even agree that she had no right trying to take another woman’s husband. Elsa agreed that she too, like Phillip and Meredith, would write down the truth about what had happened.

In Chapter 9, the next person whom Poirot interviewed was Cecilia Williams, the governess. Williams described Amyas and Caroline as being so wrapped up in each other that they often ignored Carla. Although they were a devoted couple, Williams said that Amyas was a...

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