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The Finkler Question - Part 1, Three Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Three Summary

On Julian's first night back working as a lookalike at a lavish party for a fifty-year-old woman, he meets Kimberley, a vague American woman with whom he returns home. They have a night of short, repeated sexual encounters after which Kimberley gives Julian her card in case he is ever in Los Angeles. Realizing that Kimberley mistook him for Jewish actors at the party, Julian is puzzled that two women in two weeks mistook him for a Jew. Tyler and Julian both think Sam had it coming, but Julian also knows a woman as beautiful as Tyler should not have to suffer. Tyler had called Julian to ask if they could watch Sam's new television program together, and though they know they should not be in bed together, they both agree that Sam had it coming. In Julian's imagination, the unprovoked attack on him for...

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