The Cat's Table - Pages 143-169 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 143-169 Summary

Looking back, the protagonist decides he married Massi because he wanted to stay close to a family and friends of his youth, and Ramadhin's family readily accepted him as a close friend of their dead boy. Mr. Fonseka writes a letter of condolence to the family, in which he praises Ramadhin's intellectual curiosity. Cassius becomes a well-known artist whose work and public persona have an anti-authoritarian flair. Michael thinks of his teenaged years with Ramadhin and Massi and the places they frequented, to which he and she now have returned as husband and wife. He also reflects that Ramadhin and Cassius were the only two people who ever called him "Mynah," probably because he repeated whatever he heard on the ship. He thinks about the dog on the ship, and Ramadhin's later infatuation with a fourteen year-old girl named Heather Cave...

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