The Public Image - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

On Saturday, the day after Frederick's suicide, Annabel awakens in a hotel room where she slept instead of in her flat. According to the newspapers, it seems that her public image is still intact. She is quoted in the press as saying that she would never believe that Frederick committed suicide. Moreover, there is no mention of a scandalous party at her home on the night of Frederick's death.

Billy lets himself into the apartment with a key that Frederick apparently gave him. Billy mentions to Annabel that Frederick has left four suicide notes amongst his possessions. Billy obtained the suicide letters before Italian police were able to find them. The Italian police will lead an investigation into the circumstances of Frederick's death, but Billy's intervention has ensured that the police lack these important pieces of evidence. Nonetheless, Annabel is deeply concerned about...

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