The Life-Writer - Chapters 13 – 15 Summary & Analysis

David Constantine
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Chapter 13 –When Eric saw Monique at Oxford, Katrin writes, he felt as if she needed him and he could not live without her. Katrin recounts how Monique and Eric made love and wandered around Oxford in the snow. Katrin later receives a postcard from Tideswell, signed by Liz Gracie, thanking Katrin for the suggestion about where to visit. Seeking comfort and worried about sleeplessness that night, Katrin calls Daniel to ask him about Monique’s visit, and to hear his voice. Daniel explains he was with them twice during Monique’s visit, such as when they visited Fred’s room where everyone was hanging out the night before Monique left. Daniel explains everyone was drinking, smoking, and talking while Fred played guitar and sang. Daniel reveals Monique joined in afterward, and the next day was the last time Eric saw Monique when she got...

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