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The Comfort of Strangers - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

The two wander out as evening is deepening into night. Colin belatedly realizes that they have forgotten their maps of the city and will be lost without them while Mary walks ahead of him, arms crossed over her chest, lost in her own world. They make a few unconnected observations: an incomplete display for a bed in which two dummies recline. Ironically, except for their clothing, the dummies are entirely gender-neutral. Feminist posters are posted on the first floor of a palatial house. They continue to wander, now with the intent of finding a hot dog vendor they remember passing on a previous day. They succeed only in becoming more lost until they chance upon Robert, a man who offers to take them - who practically drags them - to a place he says he knows. He brings them to a sad, smoky...

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