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Go: A Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 14 and 15 Summary

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Chapters 14 and 15 Summary

A week later, Paul writes in a letter to Liza that he thinks of the two of them as doomed lovers. He goes on in this overwrought vein for some time, and then puts the letter aside without mailing it, along with many other unsent letters to her, which he knows she would dislike if she read them. Kathryn is going to visit her mother in Westchester for the weekend, and Paul calls Estelle at her job. She agrees to meet him after work. He takes her to dinner and to a few clubs, and he talks nervously, while she mostly just serenely listens. At the Go Hole, he explains the term "cool" to her, which is new at this time in history, and he points out a man who looks really cool. Hobbes says cool is about feeling so deeply that you go beyond...

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