The Comfort of Strangers - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 Summary

Dawn is still a little way away when Colin and Mary step out of the bar. They still have no idea where they are or in which direction to turn. About an hour later, they awake in a doorway to the sound of children rushing to school. Though their situation is miserable, they seem to have been brought closer together by it and are noticeably more affectionate with each other than previously.

Eventually they make their way to a cafy where they order two coffees and two glasses of water. After their night on the street both are terribly dehydrated. As they are waiting for the waiter to reappear, they spot Robert walking across the square. Neither wishes to speak with him again and attempt to avoid eye contact, but to no avail. He heads straight to their table. Professing responsibility for their predicament, Robert insists that...

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