The Last Mrs. Parrish - Part 2: Daphne (Chapter 36 – 48) Summary & Analysis

Liv Constantine
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In Chapter 36, the narrator switches to a first-person account of events by Daphne. She thought Jackson was a monster and she was terrified of him, but it had not always been like that. When she finished grad school in social work, she had begun starting her foundation. One of her coworkers had a connection to Jackson’s company, and had set up a meeting. Jackson had offered to fund her entire foundation. Their relationship had developed until one night Jackson invited her over to his house. He slipped something in her drink and they had sex.

In Chapter 37, Jackson sent Daphne dozens of roses. She was overwhelmed by the gesture, and not in a good way. She told her coworkers that he was nice, but that he came on too strong. Her mother called and said her father had just had a...

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