The Double - Chapter II Summary & Analysis

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Chapter II Summary

The doctor is not pleased to see Golyadkin, who is the last person he wants to see at this time in the morning. The doctor ask if Golyadkin followed through with his previous advice, which was to make more friends, go to clubs, drink alcohol and generally enjoy his life. Golyadkin says he has not done this because he does not like going out and in fact, he is proud that he lives a quiet life. Golyadkin bursts into tears and says he has enemies who want to destroy him. Finally Golyadkin finishes the description of his enemies, apologizes for keeping him and leaves the surgery.

Chapter II Analysis

Golyadkin proves he is already ill when he visits the doctor. Firstly, he is restless and unable to decide whether to sit or stand and then secondly he goes into a tearful rant about his enemies...

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