The House in Paris - Part 2 - The Past - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 - The Past - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

Chapter 11 - After Karen and Max go their separate ways, Karen takes the train back to London and reflects upon both what had happened and what was going to happen (see "Quotes", p. 185). When she gets home, she finds that the house is very quiet, that there is a letter from Ray, and a note by the phone. She avoids both and goes upstairs, only to find that her mother is awake and waiting for her. During an awkward conversation, Karen reminds her mother that she was with a friend for the weekend. Soon afterward, Mrs. Michaelis goes downstairs, coming back up right away. This makes Karen curious, and she, too, returns downstairs, only to discover that the note by the phone is gone. She notices that there are still faint...

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