The Widow - Chapters 32-42 Summary & Analysis

Fiona Barton
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In Chapter 32, the narrative is set on September 17, 2008, and it is related from Jean's first-person, present tense point of view. As the story gets out about Glen in the papers, he and Jean decide to take a trip somewhere to get away from all the chaos until it dies down. Glen picks a cottage in France that is miles away from anything. Jean says that being in France is very strange for them without their usual routines because they do not know what to say to each other, so they say nothing. After being there for four days, someone from the Herald finds them. When they get home, the reporters swarm them again. The lawyer tells them they must sue the Herald for libel.

Chapter 33 is related from a third-person narrator focused on Dawn Elliot’s point of view on September 26, 2008. Dawn was...

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