The Ensemble - Part II (pages 119-140) Summary & Analysis

Aja Gabel
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On the way to the Esterhazy, the plane goes through heavy turbulence and Henry feels alone in his fear. He had not wanted to leave Kimiko, who is finally entering the glowing phase of pregnancy. Daniel has been sleeping on their couch since leaving Lindsay, and Henry and Kimiko resent his intrusively dour presence. Kimiko and Fodorio still believe Henry should leave the quartet and both constantly present him with solo opportunities. Henry has secretly arranged a meeting with Fodorio during the Esterhazy.

As the plane touches down, Henry cries. He has been crying all the time without volition, to Kimiko’s annoyance and Daniel’s anger. Maybe the crying is a distraction from the suppressed worry: sometimes when practicing, Henry’s bow arm gives out. It could be a temporary strain, or it could be a permanent and life-altering injury...

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