The Public Image - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Later that day, Billy is still visiting with Annabel, but a young Italian doctor is also present. The young doctor treats Annabel for her fatigue. After the doctor leaves, Billy and Annabel continue their discussion of Frederick's suicide letters. Annabel suspects that Billy will try to blackmail her with the letters, but he denies that he plans any such thing. Billy offers her the letters and he assures her that he has not retained any copies.

Annabel proceeds to read the four suicide notes. The addressees of the letters are Frederick's mother, Annabel, Carl and Billy. In his letters, Frederick accuses Annabel of indulging in licentious behavior and of hosting orgies. He accuses her of being an alcoholic drug abuser. Moreover, he declares that their good reputation as a married couple is a lie. Finally, he claims that suicide is his only means...

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