The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
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Chapter 33

In Anna’s view the ambulance is running late thus it’s up to her to rescue Jane. Just as Jane helped Anna on the day that she collapsed, Anna feels obliged to do the same. She takes her umbrella and moves toward the door. At the first instance, Anna is unable to step outside. She decides to use another exit; a kitchen door leading directly to the park. At last, she steps outside. The author shows that the character of Anna was helpful and resilient. Despite her phobia, she attempts to assist her friend.

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