J: A Novel - Section 5: Pages 307– 342 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 1, I – Ailinn and Kevern talk about their situation. Kevern admits to having always suspected on some level that he was Jewish. He wonders what people think of them now, in the present day and age. Ailinn asks what they’ll do next since nothing has really changed. Kevern asserts that everything has changed. Ailinn believes they must be proud of who they are and must restore respect. Kevern considers himself a disgrace.

Book 3, Chapter 1, II – Ez continues to make reports to Ofnow, noting that things are proceeding. The public must be prepared for knowledge of the fact that WHAT HAPPENED, IF IT HAPPENED and ISHMAEL were only partial solutions that must be rolled back. Societal antagonism must be restored. Ailinn and Kevern are not Ez’s only options, but they are her first choice.

Book 3, Chapter 1, III – Edward’s wife leaves...

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