Berlin Syndrome - Pages 124 - 151 Summary & Analysis

Melanie Joosten
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The section begins in the present and is written from Andi's perspective. He makes breakfast for Clare on a Saturday morning, but she does not eat anything. Her behavior reminds him of breakfast with his father. Both provide a contrast to the lively breakfasts his family had had when his mother was there. Every time he puts the stereo on, Clare turns it off. He cleans the apartment He tries to make her feel better about the situation, but she will not listen to him. Her lack of a response makes him feel like knocking the door down, which he sees as causing the problem. Instead he tries to change her bandage and manages to touch her. The action makes him think of when they kissed in the past. He changes it. Afterwards, he wants to have sex with her, but retrains himself...

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