1. What does a Gypsy woman tell Julian when he is on a school holiday in Barcelona?
On a school holiday in Barcelona, Julian paid a gypsy to read his palm, and she warned him that, in the future, he could not avoid a woman named Juno, Julie or Judith, and danger would accompany the woman, though the gypsy could not tell if the danger would be to Julian, the woman or both.
2. What happens to Julian one late summer evening in London on his way home?
One late summer evening, Julian walks through London on his way home from dinner with a couple old friends, and though he quickens his pace to avoid danger, he is attacked and his possessions are stolen.
3. What does Julian not understand about his friend Libor?
Julian does not understand how Libor survived the death of his wife, Malkie who found fulfillment in Libor though her parents never liked him, and Libor tells Julian the only reason he is still alive is because he promised Malkie that he would not die before her.
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