Moderato Cantabile - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

The next day, Saturday, Anne and the child walk from the affluent part of town back to the port area. The child plays in the street while Anne enters the cafy where the woman died the day before. Anne stands at the bar and orders a glass of wine, which surprises the patronne. Anne is visibly trembling and quickly gulps down two glasses of wine. A man, Chauvin, in the cafy stops reading his paper and watches Anne as the wine calms her nerves, and she stops trembling. Anne and Chauvin appear to recognize each other. Chauvin says there was a murder the previous day. The patronne says that many people have come by to see the cafy and ask about the events of the previous day. Anne and the patronne make small talk and Chauvin again says there was a murder. Anne...

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