My Year of Rest and Relaxation - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Ottessa Moshfegh
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In Chapter 4, the narrator, having just awoken on the train, took in her surroundings. She was wearing a white fur coat and holding a topaz necklace and a bouquet of white roses with a note indicating they were for Reva. There was a bag containing a black skirt suit at her feet. She realized with dread that she was on her way to Reva's hometown, Farmingdale, for Reva's mother's funeral.

When she arrived at the Farmingdale station, Reva was waiting in the parking lot in her uncle's car. She thanked the narrator for coming, saying she was not sure whether to believe her when they spoke on the phone the previous night. The narrator, of course, did not remember calling Reva. Reva complained about her father's decision to cremate her mother, and told the narrator she was fortunate that she could visit her parents'...

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