Sleeping Beauty - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Archer finds Elizabeth and tells her about his encounter with her mother. He then asks to be shown the guesthouse where Laurel was staying and Elizabeth leads him outside. The place has been left in a disheveled state and appears as if Laurel left in a hurry without bothering to pack. Archer finds a typewritten letter from Tom to Laurel. In the letter Tom beseeches Laurel to come back to him, promising to do whatever it takes to make their marriage work and to keep her happy. Elizabeth reads the letter too and finds a handwritten reply on the back. Elizabeth becomes emotional while reading Laurel's reply and Archer moves closer to her.

Elizabeth begins to talk about herself and her life. She is full of regret for decisions she has made and for staying in her marriage. Archer is mostly quiet during...

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