All Our Names - Section 2 Helen/Isaac Part 3 Summary & Analysis

Dinaw Mengestu
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Helen decides to remain camped out in her car in front of Isaac's apartment. As she sits there, she recalls how she and her mother differ. As she ponders these things and watches Isaac's window, she notices that there is another man in the apartment. After some time of keeping an eye on the place she falls asleep. Several hours later Helen wakes up to find the man walking to his car. She tries to hide in her seat but is unsuccessful as the man drives by her and yells for her to have a good night.

Throughout the night, Isaac and the narrator sit outside while Joseph conducts his meeting inside. As they wait, the narrator remembers a story his father once told him about daylight and hope, but he does not tell Isaac about it. Later in the night...

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