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The Finkler Question - Part 1, Two Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Two Summary

Libor begins the first date of his widowhood by misunderstanding the questions of a woman less than half his age, and he just wants Malkie back. Realizing this is going nowhere, Libor apologizes to Emily since this is not fair to her, and they are both relieved when they part. A week after the mugging, Julian refuses Libor's dinner invitation because he does not want his friend to see his black eye or his unsteadiness on his feet. When Libor mentions that he cannot fathom having an affair with someone who looks German because there are "some things you don't do" (page 40), Julian wonders if he will ever get to the bottom of things that Finklers do and do not do. While Sam is also surprised that Libor needs company twice in one week, he is more accommodating than Julian and invites Libor over for...

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