The Counterlife - Part 3 Aloft, pages 141-163 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3 Aloft, pages 141-163 Summary

Nathan is on a plane. The man next to Nathan tries to begin a conversation, but Nathan is not interested. The man wants to discuss Nathan's impressions of Israel and relate his own. Nathan politely tries to halt the conversation, but the man persists, so Nathan searches for another seat. He finds an empty seat next to a young man reading a Jewish prayer book and eating candy bars. For reasons he is not certain he understands, Nathan finds the combination of activities odd.

Nathan takes the seat next to the young man and begins writing a letter to Henry. Nathan begins his lengthy letter by questioning where their failed meeting has left the two of them. He describes what he sees as Henry's current state and describes what his own must appear like to Henry. Nathan...

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