The Manchurian Candidate - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

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Marco goes on indefinite sick leave because his conditioned has so worsened that he is no longer able to work. He undergoes several rounds of psychiatric treatment to no avail, and decides he needs to see Raymond. On the train to New York, he meets an enticing young woman named Rosie and the two form an immediate connection. Rosie and Marco share their ethnic backgrounds and life stories, but Marco gets emotionally overwhelmed and leaves Rosie when he begins to cry uncontrollably. Rosie gives him her address and tells him to come meet her later.

When Marco arrives at Raymond's apartment, Chunjin opens the door and Marco recognizes him from his nightmares and attacks him. Chunjin fights back, and the two, both highly trained in judo, pound on one another until the police arrive and pull them apart. Chunjin refuses to press charges and Marco is released...

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