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Go: A Novel Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 4-6 Summary

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Chapters 4-6 Summary

Kathryn is thoughtful but not too inquisitive about the rejection of Paul's manuscript, which is less consoling than he would have liked. He goes to Stofsky's place and finds that Ancke, who mostly sleeps, spends his waking hours fixated on keeping the apartment tidy. This disturbs Stofsky, who prefers his own clutter. Winnie, who has kicked her morphine habit, and her boyfriend Little Rock start hanging out at Stofsky's apartment. Hobbes recognizes Little Rock as the same "cool" guy he pointed out to Estelle at the Go Hole. It turns out that Rock is a petty criminal, and he and Winnie have brought their stolen items and drugs to Stofsky's place. As a shaken Paul leaves, Stofsky tells him not to worry, because Ancke and the others are like God's chosen people in a world that is damned. Stofsky insists that he won't get mixed...

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