The Public Image - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

By Sunday afternoon, Annabel has arranged, with the help of Francesca, a visit to Danya in her hospital room. Danya is portrayed as one of Frederick's mistresses who relentlessly pursued him. During her visit, Annabel publicly announces that she has come to forgive Danya for driving Frederick to his death. Annabel misleads the press into believing that Frederick kept many mistresses who pursued him with such zeal that he could no longer cope and that these crazed mistresses drove him to suicide.

When Annabel returns to her hotel room, Frederick's actual mistress, Marina, is there waiting for her. Marina shows Annabel a suicide letter that she received from Frederick. Marina is convinced that he was mad. She has come to ask Annabel for forgiveness and to surrender Frederick's letter to her.

Later that day, Luigi arrives to discuss how they will handle the...

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