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The Finkler Question Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Seven Summary

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Part 2, Seven Summary

The agreement is that Julian will decide after his vacation with his sons whether to resume his previous existence or to move in with Hephzibah. He loves the Jewess and is ready to marry her because "she was what he'd been promised" (page 159); however, Hephzibah has already had two husbands and is not looking for a third, plus she is unsure about the reliability of Julian's certainty. Hephzibah recently left her job at the BBC to set up a museum of Anglo-Jewish culture, and Julian notes that the philanthropist who brainstormed the project obviously chose her because she is not biased in reporting about the Middle East like other Jews are. Julian wakes to unfathomable joy each time he sees Hephzibah next to him, but, "It wasn't just Hephzibah he loved, it was the whole world. God, being Jewish had stuff going for it" (page...

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