Thirteen Ways of Looking - “Thirteen Ways of Looking:” Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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This chapter takes place in an interrogation room narrated by the third person narrator. The narrator explains that there are two cameras in the room as well as a two-way mirror. Two detectives, a man and a woman, interrogate Pedro Jimenez, the busboy at the restaurant where Elliot and Peter dined. Through the interrogation the detectives learn that Pedro’s wife is deceased and he has a freshly divorced daughter. The detectives reveal that they know the nature of his daughter’s divorce. She worked at Barner Funds and is currently suing the company for wrongful dismissal. The detectives elaborate that Maria, Pedro’s daughter, had an affair with Elliot. Pedro refuses to believe this and states that he did not kill Peter Mendelssohn.

The detectives then press Pedro on the argument that he had with Dandinho. Pedro confirms that...

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