Broken for You - Part Two Summary & Analysis

Stephanie Kallos
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Part Two Summary

Chapter Eighteen: Bowling Alone

In the beginning of this chapter, the narrator says that he is looking for his wife. The speaker is someone who travels alone from city to city. The speaker is especially fond of William Butler Yeats, whose collected works he carries with him wherever he goes. The speaker mailed a postcard to Chicago once.

Chapter Nineteen: Bowling Together, 1959 - 1969

This chapter centers on Michael Francis Joseph O'Casey, Wanda's father. Michael O'Casey loves bowling alleys. One night, Michael and his college roommate Jerry O'Connell are in the bowling alley and Michael notices a young woman a few lanes away. Michael and Jerry are students at Northwestern University. Michael is writing a thesis on Yeats. He immediately falls in love with Gina Lorenzini. There are warning signs that Michael O'Casey fails to notice - not the least of which...

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