The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 37

This chapter describes Anna’s and detective Little’s journey from the hospital. Little tells Anna that the police had assumed that her 9-1-1 call was a prank. The author, therefore, indicates that emergency respondents sometimes receive prank calls. He also talks about his family. From the author’s description of Little, his character can be termed as chatty. Anna remains mute during their journey since she is terrified by the outside world and feels alienated. If she had not been sedated before leaving the hospital, she admits that she could have been screaming. Even from within the car, the outdoors terrified Anna. This shows that her agoraphobia was a serious condition.

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