City of God - Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Albert Einstein thought of his work as “tracking God.” Moira acts in a seductive way that undoes Everett’s perception of her as a pure, calm haven in the storm. Everett discusses standard songs that become signifiers of actions, relationships, emotions, and even lifetimes.

After receiving a phone call from Rabbi Joshua Gruen, Pem goes to meet him and Joshua reveals the cross on the roof of his synagogue. Pem meets Gruen’s wife, Sarah Blumenthal, and falls in love with her.

After disappointing him, Everett puts Moira into a story about a woman crossing class lines and having an affair with a lover with a mysterious past: a controlling man who slowly takes over her life and her husband’s life without revealing the true identity of his inner life. Everett contemplates the fact that nothing can move faster than the speed of light and...

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