The Woman in the Window
A. J. Finn
Contributed by Eleanor Sherer
Chapter 41

The author describes the “strange” Jane in this chapter. He uses comparison and contrasting techniques to describe the different features between Jane and the impostor present at Anna’s house. Anna believes that some false play is at work to discredit her claim that Alistair allegedly murdered his wife. When Anna calls out to Ethan to back up her allegations, Ethan insists that the strange woman is his mother. Anna feels betrayed by Ethan because he had visited her and insinuated that his father was dangerous. Also, Anna had seen Ethan together with Jane before she was murdered. However, being outnumbered the detectives decide that her claim may have been made falsely. When everyone leaves, Anna is left in a state of confusion and denial.

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