The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 30

Anna narrates her road trip with the rest of her family to the snowcapped mountains where they would ski. The author describes how the Ed’s and Olivia’s intention to be estranged was hidden from their daughter so as to avoid ruining the holidays for her. In this chapter, the couple has an argument and decide to inform their daughter of their plans to live separately. This represents the context of divorce in today’s society whereby parents try to live separately without making their progeny disappointed by the estrangement. Inasmuch as Ed and Anna argued, they both wanted what was best for their daughter. Conversely, the author shows that estrangement between parents can have emotional effects on the children.

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