The Little Red Chairs - A Letter – Home Summary & Analysis

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Fidelma received a letter from Sister Bonaventure stating that she had a stroke and that she was wondering how Fidelma was doing. Shortly after the note arrived, an older man, while picking up his dog from the kennel, named James offered a room to her for a while, and Fidelma promptly accepted. When she arrived at the house, she noticed a womanly touched, but the absence of a woman; this made her assume that James’ wife was somehow absent. One morning, while walking the dog, James told her that his wife had a large mental break after she delivered a stillborn child. James often visited her at the asylum and sometimes took her out to dinner. They never discussed bringing his wife back home because it seemed like she could not come back to her old room. James stated that she saw...

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