Sophie's Choice - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

Stingo jumps back in time a few days to the night his father arrived, the same night Nathan had blown up at him and Sophie. On the subway train, en route to catch up with his father at his hotel, Stingo finds himself in mourning over the loss of Nathan and Sophie. He says he had not felt such a great sadness since his mother died of cancer. Fortunately, his father's good mood helped distract Stingo. His father had not been to New York since the late 1930s and finds that, if anything, he hates it even more now. His dad grumbled about the high prices and the moral decay of Times Square. Given Stingo's deep depression, his father's timing is good because he tries to convince Stingo to move back South. His father dislikes New York so much that when a cab...

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