The Counterlife - Part 5 Christendom, pages 306-324 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5 Christendom, pages 306-324 Summary

Nathan is surprised at how angry he has become. He thinks that perhaps it is because he has never encountered outright anti-Semitism. Nathan knows that unless he does something immediately, his relationship with Maria will be irreparably damaged. He takes a taxicab to the house he and Maria are having renovated and thinks about recent events. He wonders what to say to Maria when he returns, and then he wonders if she will even be there.

Nathan receives a letter. Maria writes that she has left him and the book. Maria speaks of Nathan writing about his own illness and death and his writing about his brother's illness and death. She wonders if one day he will decide to write a fictional account of something bad happening to Phoebe. Maria questions why Nathan invented Sarah's hateful attack...

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