The Counterlife - Part 2 Judea, pages 104-129 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 Judea, pages 104-129 Summary

As Nathan and Henry walk and attempt to have a conversation, Henry is immediately combative. He says he will not answer any sort of questions requesting justification for his decision to come to Israel, and he will not tolerate any criticism of that decision. Henry suggests that they go to an area where Arabs and Jews live peacefully, and he explains some of the recent strife between Arabs and Jews. Henry explains that at lunch Nathan will understand that peace between Arabs and Jews is possible. According to Henry, there are only a few troublemakers, and he criticizes the Israeli army for not resolving the situation.

Nathan notices how Henry continually uses the term "we" when speaking of Jew versus Arab, and he thinks Henry has taken the Jewish settlers' cause as his own. When the two...

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