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

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Part 2, Eight Summary

Though Sam is looking forward to playing online poker, his plans are altered when he receives a voicemail from his daughter, Blaise, stating that his younger son, Immanuel, was involved in an anti-Semitic incident but there is no need to worry. When neither Blaise nor Immanuel answer their phones, Sam hires a limo to drive him to Oxford. Since Immanuel is not at his home, Sam continues on to Blaise's apartment on Cowley Road. She is shocked to see her father and insists Immanuel is fine, but Sam is adamant about seeing his son once he learns Immanuel is with Blaise. Immanuel sits in Blaise's bed with a magazine and a rum and coke when his father enters. Sam asks what happened, and Immanuel explains there was a scuffle outside the Union after a debate about whether Israel has forfeited its right to exist. The...

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