Sleeping Beauty - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

The next morning Archer wakes up from a dream that he has spent the night with Laurel only to realize that he spent the night with Elizabeth. Elizabeth sits naked at the window and when she hears Archer moving in the bed she turns to tell him that a man is floating in the ocean. Archer throws a bath towel around his waist and runs outside to fish the man from the cold water. Archer tows the body to the beach where Elizabeth is waiting fully dressed. They wipe the man's face off and Archer realizes that it is the same old man he saw at the diner in Pacific Point the night he first met Laurel. Archer comfortably refers to Elizabeth as Beth, which she does not seem to mind in private, and asks her if she recognizes the dead man. Sylvia...

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