The Life-Writer - Chapters 9 – 12 Summary & Analysis

David Constantine
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Chapter 9 – Katrin travels to Manchester, then to Buxton where she meets with Eric’s younger brother, Michael. Michael and his wife, Sheila, have recently retired. They have an early dinner after which Sheila heads out to choir practice she cannot skip. Katrin can already see that Michael, three years younger than Eric, is still deeply affected by his death. Michael explains he has no interest in the France trip Eric took except that it ended with Monique, and he did not like Monique or Daniel. Michael explains he lost Eric when Eric went to France. Michael explains things were rough with their father after Eric went off, because their father became stricter with Michael. Katrin realizes as well that Michael is not only grieving for Eric’s loss, but also suspects Katrin in her desire to write about Eric. The next morning, Katrin goes...

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