The Third Hotel - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Laura van den Berg
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Chapter two discussed Richard’s death and the events that preceded it. Clare traveled for work most days out of the year. Her favorite place was Nebraska. One night, she parked her car on the side of the road and walked through the dark corn fields. She imagined being chased by a “masked killer” (14). Clare believed there was one constant in the world of traveling, which was travelling had “clear and correct directions so readily at hand” (15). Clare enjoyed being able to figure out where she needed to be on her own. Clare enjoyed traveling for work. She had a bag packed and ready to go at all times. Richard did not like Clare being gone so often. He argued, “Why bother being married if you’re always leaving?” (16). The narrator explained Clare felt she had two sides to her, a wife, and a...

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