The New York Trilogy - Study Guide The Locked Room, Chapters 8-9 Summary & Analysis

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The writer continues his investigation in Paris, even though his French isn't very good. He was able to locate some of the people who knew Fanshawe. He finally admits that he is pretending to write a book and decides that it is time to drop the charade. He can't find what he is looking for and there are no clues that will lead to Fanshawe. One woman, Anne Michaux, accidentally mistook him for Fanshawe and this disturbed him. The writer leaves Paris for the country where he finds some people who remembered Fanshawe.

The writer finds that he has not really been looking for Fanshawe but running away from him. Fanshawe now existed in a locked room in his mind. After reaching this conclusion, he returns to Paris but doesn't want to go back to New York. He is...

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