The Counterlife - Part 2 Judea, pages 129-140 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2 Judea, pages 129-140 Summary

After leaving the dinner at Lippman's, Henry takes Nathan to where he will sleep. After the shock of the dinner, Nathan has little to say at first. He wonders if Henry is also in shock after the dinner and secretly wants to go home, and then he wonders if Carol had been correct in suspecting that Henry had become crazy after the surgery. Nathan thinks he should have told Lippman "let my brother go."

Nathan mentions that not once has Henry mentioned his children, and Henry is immediately defensive. Henry angrily says that the children are coming to visit at Passover. Nathan reminds Henry that he said his life in New Jersey was meaningless, and he asks if Henry was also including the children. He tells Henry what Henry's daughter said on the telephone, and Henry cries...

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