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The Emperor's Children - Chapter 13, Great Geniuses, Chapter 14, All For Love, Chapter 15, Do You, Napoleon?, Chapter 16, The Fat Man Cometh Summary & Analysis

Claire Messud
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Chapter 13, Great Geniuses, Chapter 14, All For Love, Chapter 15, Do You, Napoleon?, Chapter 16, The Fat Man Cometh Summary

Bootie is now in Amherst, Massachusetts, and has been there for three weeks. He fits in comfortably with these college student roommates, but things are about to change because the students are going back to class. Bootie sees himself as a student of the world, and is resentful when his friend Donald approaches him about getting a job and paying rent if he wants to stay. Bootie feels it is significant that he left Watertown, and knows he will eventually end up in Manhattan, but has no real plan or timetable. He decides to leave for Manhattan the next day and present himself to Murray as a disciple.

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