The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer - Part 9, January 3 1988 to April 7, 1988 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Lynch
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Part 9, January 3 1988 to April 7, 1988 Summary

January 3, 1988 - Laura writes of Christmas with her understanding but clueless parents, and of a happy New Year's Eve with Bobby, during which they each admit that they each have things going on they can't tell the other. They then, in Laura's words, "make love" and return home. Laura's writings are again interrupted by BOB, who in spite of her attempts to get rid of him, brings her a message from "a dead man" that "a seat is being saved for [her]".

January 7, 1988 - This entry is a poem, "In the Eyes of the Visitor". Laura writes of herself as "an animal of prey", a "defect in the cycle of life".

January 20, 1988 - Laura writes of a happy day with Jimmy, in which his request for her to tell him stories resulted in her telling of all...

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