The Red Notebook - At twelve-thirty Summary & Analysis

Antoine Laurain
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Summary

Two of the receptionists at the hotel become worried when they read a note saying that a strange woman had been let in the night before. It is now the afternoon, and the woman hasn't shown any signs of leaving her room. One of the receptionists goes to check on her. They find her in the bed, with blood on her pillow, unresponsive. They call an ambulance, and as the EMTs are taking her out, the receptionists hear them talking about her being in a coma.

Analysis

This short chapter sets up Laure as being in a coma. Being in a coma takes Laure out of the story for the majority of the book, but it also sets up the circumstance as to why Laurent isn’t able to just get in contact with her much earlier. Being in the coma gives the...

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