The Collected Stories of Isaac Bashevis Singer - Chapters 41-47 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 41-47 Summary

41) The Bus: The narrator suffers physically and spiritually on a twelve-day bus tour of Spain, when he becomes embroiled in a four-wheel soap opera. Mrs. Weyerhofer sits next to him and tells him that her husband hates her. Another tourist, Annette Metalon, is a widow traveling with her son Mark, who tries to promote a romance between his mother and the narrator. Mrs. Weyerhofer, obviously interested in the narrator, tells him that Mrs. Metalon is crazy and that Markis is her lover and not her son. She also says that he should avoid Mrs. Metalon. At one point, the narrator sits next to Mrs, Weyerehofer's husband and discusses who is a Jew and what Judaism means. After eating dinner one night with Mrs. Weyerhofer, the narrator tells her that he is finished with her and with women.

42) A Night in the...

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