Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected - The Landlady Summary & Analysis

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The Landlady Summary

A young businessman on a trip is looking for a hotel at night in an unfamiliar city. The porter at the train station sends him down a particular road; however, Weaver reaches a bed and breakfast before he finds the named hotel, which seems cheaper and comfortable. He sees a parrot in the window and is taken with the warmth and comfort the place seems to offer. A woman answers the door, and offers him lodging at a cheap price, which he accepts. However, she is strange and as she shows him to his room, she keeps getting his name wrong. She invites him down to tea. When Weaver comes down to tea, he peers into the guest book and sees that there are two rather familiar names listed there from years ago. He tries to place them as he drinks...

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