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Great House - Part II: All Rise Summary & Analysis

Nicole Krauss
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Summary

Nadia describes to the judge how she felt all of her life as if she had been set apart for something different. It was because she believed she was gifted that she became a writer. She talks about how she had been afraid when the movers had first left Daniel Varksy’s desk in her apartment. When she learned Daniel had been kidnapped her mind felt haunted and she had trouble concentrating. The desk began to represent her friend and the torture he had undergone. She tried to ignore the desk but it seemed to grow bigger. After having a dream about Daniel, Nadia was suddenly able to begin writing again. Now, Nadia wonders if she had been wrong all along about her giftedness.

As Nadia talks about her decision to live alone, even though she had always considered she might...

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