The Buddha of Suburbia - Part Two - In the City, Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Part Two - In the City, Chapter Thirteen Summary

Karim and Eleanor go to Pyke's house for dinner. When they arrive, Karim and Eleanor argue. Karim feels that Eleanor is shutting him out and Eleanor is worried that Karim will ruin the evening. After dinner, Karim is left alone with Marlene. He gets her to tell him exactly how Eleanor's last boyfriend killed herself—by overdose after he didn't get a part with a big theater company. Karim and Marlene have sex. Eleanor and Pyke come back and all four of them have sex together despite Karim's misgivings.

Part Two - In the City, Chapter Thirteen Analysis

On the surface, this chapter is simply about sex. Karim and Eleanor are drawn into the Pyke's world of sexual experimentation. The actions of the characters, however, are revealing about...

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