The Ensemble - Part II (pages 141-184) Summary & Analysis

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Daniel wakes from a happy dream the next morning to his usual uneasiness. He takes care of his cello, ices his hand, and thinks of the people he has injured recently. He imagines with both contempt and nostalgia what Lindsay is likely doing: having a day with “absolutely no point” and not worrying about that (142). Though he thinks of her often, he regrets the end of the hope of her more than the end of their relationship.

The cuts on his knuckles remind him of Lindsay’s tattoo on their last night together. Her antics at a party end in a bloody slice on her palm, right over the eye tattoo. She gets stitches at the hospital, but in the silence at home afterward both wishes she would ask for his help and does not want to give it. Really, he...

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