The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 19

Anna spends nearly three hours accompanied by Jane Russell. Anna can barely recall the last time she spent such a long duration with anyone. After Jane leaves, later in the night, Alistair Russell visits Anna in order to find out whether Jane had been at her house. The character representation of Alistair by the author can be termed as inquisitive and obsessive. He interrogates Anna about the whereabouts of Anna’s newly found friend and makes her uncomfortable. Anna lies to Alistair that she had not received any visitors despite having hosted the woman she assumed was Jane. As Anna goes to bed, she observes that the way the Russells are seated together in their house represents an ideal family. Inasmuch as Anna wants to take a picture of the beautiful family, she decides against.

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