The Lost Daughter - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

Elena Ferrante
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When Leda wakes up, she decides to stay home and do some work on the terrace. She works for several hours, and when she finishes she watches a movie on TV. Nina calls her around midnight and asks if she can come see Leda the next day. Leda gives her the address and goes to bed.

The next morning, Leda goes out to have a set of keys made and comes home to wait for Nina. She wonders if she has made things more difficult for Nina by asking to speak to her by herself. Finally, at around five o’clock, Nina arrives; she seems nervous. She is wearing the straw hat and takes it off, removing first the hatpin Leda had given her. Led asks if she really wants the keys; she wants to know that the idea is Nina’s as well...

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