The Brooklyn Follies - Pages 52 – 97 Summary & Analysis

Auster, Paul
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When paying for his and Tom’s lunch at the Cosmic Diner, Nathan leaves a large tip for Marina Gonzalez, his favorite waitress there. She is young and pretty and married, and Nathan often playfully flirts with her when he is at the diner. Nathan then tells Tom that he feels some sympathy for Harry, who made a mistake but has suffered greatly. Nathan also slightly admires the confidence that Harry’s attempted fraud must have required. Tom and Nathan then return to Brightman’s Attic so that Nathan can meet Harry. Nathan finds Harry friendly and welcoming, and Nathan is surprised to find that Harry has no apparent qualms with Tom having told Nathan of Harry’s true past. Nathan and Harry become acquainted, then Harry returns home to his apartment. He is struck by a sudden desire to write a letter to...

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