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The Finkler Question Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Four Summary

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Part 1, Four Summary

Around this time, Julian's sons are paying for dinner with their mothers who now know each other though they did not when they were carrying their sons. When Josephine asks if the boys have heard from their father lately, Alfredo suggests sitting back down. Libor asks who Judith is, and though he tries to evade the question at first, Julian agrees to go back to Libor's place to tell him about Judith. Libor suggests Julian is overwrought and needs a vacation, disbelieving the story because women do not mug men. Julian wonders if he is right, listing the signs from his childhood that he believes may indicate his father kept the fact that they were Jewish a secret. Telling Julian to stop his ridiculous speculations, Libor suggests phoning a relative or family friend, but Julian claims he has none. Deciding Julian does not want to...

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