In a Dark, Dark Wood - Chapters 32 – 36 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 32, Nora is confronted by Clare, who is wearing gloves and smoking a cigarette. Nora asks what Clare is doing there; Clare says she could ask the same. Clare offers Nora some tea, which Nora accepts. Clare begins by trying to pretend to be a friend to Nora. Clare says that on the night of the accident, she picked Nora up, who declared she could not live without James, and then grabbed the wheel of the car to drive it off the road. Clare insists she doesn’t know anything about a blank in a jacket pocket. Suddenly, Nora realizes what James meant when he spoke about a text message after being shot.

In Chapter 33, Nora recites the text James sent to her before the abortion, in which he called her “Lee” rather than “Leo.” Clare then confesses that she sent that text...

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