The Manchurian Candidate - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Major Marco's condition grows worse, and he is placed on indefinite sick leave. Marco begins to suspect there is some truth to his dreams when he develops a correspondence with Al Melvin, but he does not dare reveal the details to his psychiatrists. Instead, Marco catches a train to New York to talk to Raymond. On the train, Marco sits next to an exotic, Arabic-looking woman and cannot help but flirt with her. Unfortunately, his natural promiscuity cannot overcome his deteriorating mental state, and the major begins to weep spontaneously and uncontrollably. He retreats to look for another seat, and is surprised to find the woman follows him. She introduces herself as Eugynie Rose, or Rosie. Rosie gives Marco her address and phone number in New York, and quizzes him to make sure he remembers.

While Marco traveled to New York to see Raymond, Shaw was already...

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