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Great House - Part II: Weisz Summary & Analysis

Nicole Krauss
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Summary

Weisz’s section of narration starts with a riddle. He asks where a rock thrown through a window lands as it shattered the life the family inside the house had once enjoyed. He describes his life after he left Hungary. He sent some things ahead of him in a container to his second life in Haifa. He was told his container was lost. The only thing he had was a half lira he found in the sand. Weisz was later invited to a dinner. The man hosting the dinner was wearing one of the monogrammed silk shirts that had been in Weisz’s container.

Weisz’s father was a history scholar. He’d originally owned the huge desk. He’d given his son the key to the locked drawer but Weisz had not been able to think of anything to put in...

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