Strangers on a Train - Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16-20 Summary

In Chapter 16, Guy goes on to convince himself that Bruno was not responsible for the murder, and Guy heads to Florida. The summer passes by, and Guy and Anne write to one another. One evening in August, a letter arrives for Guy from Bruno. The letter congratulates Guy on the Palmyra clubhouse and Bruno tells Guy he is being careful. In that instant, Guy knows that Bruno is responsible for his new-found freedom. Bruno also relates that Guy's mother had refused to forward his address. Guy's mother tells him that a man named "Phil" has been calling the house, and she wonders if she should pass it on to the police. But Guy lies and says "Phil" is Phil Johnson, someone he knows from Chicago.

In Chapter 17, Bruno's mother finds Bruno's news clippings about Guy, and Bruno explains Guy is a...

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