The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 12

Luckily, a woman comes to the rescue of the injured persona. She drags her back into the house and gives her first-aid. Anna engages her in a conversation. She thanks her for attending to her after she had collapsed outside. She assumes that the woman’s name is Jane Russell. Anna explains her condition to Jane who understands her encounter and is sympathetic of her. Just as Jane is about to leave, she notices David using the front porch of Anna’s house. When Anna informs Jane that he is only her tenant, Jane says that she wishes that he was her tenant in a suggestive tone. This shows that Jane would have liked to have a romantic fling with David. After Jane leaves, Anna is left alone in the house as she thinks about death. This shows that she was aware of the deaths of Ed and Olivia. Moreover, her solitude made her question whether death would put her out of her misery.

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