Hotel du Lac - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Edith has bathed and changed and sits in her room waiting for dinnertime. It seems to her that, at this point, she is finished with this room. Whether this is the case or the room is finished with her instead, it seems that some sort of unspoken conclusion has been reached and it will soon be time for her to leave. She passes her hand over the manuscript of her book, puts the manuscript back into her folder and places the folder into her empty travel bag. Having done this, she is startled, since the action was not planned; but having done it unconsciously, she decides to accept it as final and continues to pack the rest of her belongings. All around the hotel, there seems to be a feeling that it is time to leave.

Edith sits alone in the salon for...

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