Cutting for Stone - Part Four: Chapters 49 - 54 Summary & Analysis

Abraham Verghese
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Part Four: Chapters 49 - 54 Summary

While at the Ethiopian restaurant with his father, the waitress tells Marion about another Ethiopian restaurant in Boston where the food is incredibly authentic. When he passes his surgical boards, Marion decides to celebrate by travelling there for dinner. When he arrives, he is shocked to discover that the woman running the restaurant is none other than Tsige, the prostitute from Addis Ababa, with whom Marion had sat when her infant son died. Tsige bursts into tears and greets Marion like a king. In addition to running the restaurant, Tsige is also the first stop for many immigrants from Ethiopia. She has seen many members of their old community pass through her doors, including Genet. Marion is appalled to learn that Genet is in America. For the first time ever, Marion tells Tsige about Genet's betrayal with...

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