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Kinbote reflects on the absurdity of psychoanalysis, states that he has not noticed the loud trucks mentioned by Shade, and is distressed at finding Zembla mentioned only once, in a side note. Kinbote points out Shade's couplet that compares a man's life to notes on a poem.

As Shade begins his last batch of note cards, Gradus arrives in New York. It's raining when he arrives, and he spends the night at a hotel. The next day, he must wait for a plane to New Wye, and he eats some of the food he's kept with him from his trip. He's unimpressed with New York, and he spends his time reading newspapers. He does not think about the consequences of his upcoming actions. Gradus enjoys his role in the extremists' revolution...

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