The Double - Study Guide IX Summary & Analysis

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Golyadkin almost decides to give up, but instead goes home and tells Petrushka he is going out to dinner at Filippovna's house. Filippovna's servant tells Golyadkin that Filippovna is out, so Golyadkin goes to a restaurant to eat himself. When Golyadkin is through eating, he goes to pay, but is told he owes for more than one pie. Golyadkin sees his double has tricked him, pays the bill, goes home and writes a letter to his double. He gives the letter to his servant to deliver.

Later that evening, Golyadkin asks his servant, Petruschka, if he delivered the letter to Golyadkin's double. Petruschka affirms that he did and that the double had nothing to say about it. Golyadkin finds a letter addressed to him. It is from his old friend and colleague Vahramyev who calls Golyadkin a disgrace and that he longer sees him as his friend...

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