As a Driven Leaf - Part Two, Chapters IX - XI Summary & Analysis

Milton Steinberg
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Part Two, Chapters IX - XI Summary

Manto becomes a dear friend to Elisha, but they always have a third person present, so Rufus will not be concerned about their relationship. Three years pass, in which Elisha learns Greek literature. He feels that beneath the beautiful poetry and words there is a stark fear, yearning and regret. At this point, though, his disappointments in his discoveries are outweighed by the progress of his life plan. He begins studying history, then science. After 8 years in Antioch, Elisha writes a monograph outlining his plan for his life studies. The librarian encourages him to publish it, and suddenly Elisha is famous, receiving letters of commendation even from Athens. One day Elisha receives a letter from the head of the museum in Alexandria, and he rushes to show it to Manto. As the two friends stand together in...

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