The Double - Chapter XI Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XI Summary

Golyadkin runs after his double and convinces him to have coffee in a shop. The double is genial and kind. So much so, Golyadkin begins to feel guilty that he wrote such angry letters. His double says he forgives him and holds out his hand to seal their newfound friendship before walking up to the coffee counter. Here Golyadkin spies him repeating his earlier joke, wiping his fingers clean as if Golyadkin has a disease. His anger back, Golyadkin steps towards his enemy and his double rushes out of the shop. Golyadkin is following him when the German shopkeeper rings her bell to signify they have not paid and Golyadkin runs back and hands her some notes. By this time, his double's carriage is just setting off and he can only manage to leap onto the outer part.

As snow falls and the carriage lurches...

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