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Go: A Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Go, Part 2, Children in the Markets, Chapters 1-3 Summary

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Go, Part 2, Children in the Markets, Chapters 1-3 Summary

After dinner in the city, Paul and Kathryn walk down the street and make sure their friend Arthur Ketcham will attend their party on Friday night. They're going to visit Pasternak, who has tactfully not mentioned Paul's supposed plan to go to Mexico. The scene flashes back to earlier that afternoon, when Christine had called Paul to complain that she hadn't heard from Pasternak lately and is worried that he might be seeing another woman. Ketcham is worried that Pasternak is disappointed in him, because Ketcham suggested that he cut out part of his novel. Ketcham is normally reticent, but one flaw about which everyone is aware is his devotion to Bianca, even though she has a crush on Agatson. Paul, Kathryn, and Ketcham meet Pasternak at a bar. He has just visited...

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