The Accidental Tourist - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Macon lifts the phone and tries to form an apology for not being able to come to dinner the next night but the words freeze in his mouth. It really has nothing to do with her personally but ever since Ethan died, he has no interest in much of anything, especially women. Since he isn't able to call, he writes a note and drives to her house to deliver it.

Muriel thinks someone is trying to break in and threatens to blow his head off with a shotgun but quickly relents when he announces himself. Macon hands the note through the crack of the door. Muriel reads it, looks up at him, and then he breaks down telling her all about losing Ethan and how he and Sarah had broken apart, how he has no friends anymore, and that he is so far removed from everyone. Muriel...

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