Dinner at the Center of the Earth - “2002, Berlin” - “2002, Berlin” (40-78) Summary & Analysis

Englander, Nathan
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In the seventh section titled “2002, Berlin,” Farid again is at the yacht club. He is alone except for a single old man at the marina. Farid sits near the dock, beneath a tree, watching the lake. He is amazed at the sun setting so late in the summer here in Berlin. Shortly after the old man departs, Farid stands to leave. He notices another man in the water sailing. He has seen this man several times before this week; Farid remembers noticing how bad the sailor was. When this man moors his boat, Farid approaches and asks in German if he can be of assistance. The man silent, Farid tries to make conversation again, this time in English. The man answers; they discuss this man’s poor sailing skills.

Farid notices an insignia on the man’s jacket and recognizes its...

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