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

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Part Two - In the City, Chapter Sixteen Summary

The play is a huge success, selling out every night. The cast become minor celebrities and Pyke gets an offer from a theatre in New York to take the show there. Karim asks Pyke for money, as Terry requested. Karim realizes that Pyke and Marlene hate each other. He takes Pyke's money and leaves. Karim asks Eleanor for money too. She refuses him.

Karim gives the money to Terry and tells him he is going to America. This deepens Terry's resentment that Pyke chose Karim over him and they fight. Terry admits he will miss Karim. Karim fondles Terry for a minute. He realizes Terry is confused over his feelings for Karim because Terry doesn't consider himself gay. Karim leaves, ready to go to New York.

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