NW - Host: 133-162, Pages 296-325 Summary & Analysis

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In “133. E pluribus unum,” Natalie is again offered tenancy. In “134. Paranoia,” Natalie and Frank sit down for brunch with another couple. In “135. Contempt,” Natalie realizes, while having brunch with another couple, that she is not very fond of her own husband. She believes that they rushed into marriage without getting to know each other. However, she tries to tell herself that “Happiness is not an absolute value. It is a state of comparison” (298). In “136. Apple Blosson, 1st of March,” Natalie pulls off a flower and inadvertently takes an entire branch from the front yard of a house on Hopefield Avenue. In “137. Train of Thought,” Natalie abandons the branch outside of Kilburn station. She tries to remember what Leah once said about the difference between an instant and a moment.

In 138, Natalie googles the Kierkegaard article. In “139. Doublethink,” Natalie gives away 10 percent of her...

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