The Talented Mr. Ripley - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

The next morning, there is a long article in the paper about Dickie Greenleaf and the missing Tom Ripley, and Tom feels he can avoid the issue no longer. According to the paper, Dickie is under suspicion for Freddie Miles's murder, and suspected of hiding over the forged checks. Two of three experts summoned by the Naples bank now agree that both the January and February checks are forged. Tom is happy to note that according to the police, they actually have no evidence against Dickie, other than his untimely disappearance.

Tom considers it the saddest day in his life, when he has to walk into the Venetian police station and identify himself as Tom Ripley. The Rome police send someone to interview him. It is Tenente Rovassini, the same officer as before. Tom intentionally hangs his head and makes his Italian clumsy. He explains he has...

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