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Libor invites Emmy to breakfast at the Ritz, but he is concerned when she asks if he is wooing her here again because he could not have afforded it in his impoverished pre-Malkie days unless it was not that long ago in which case perhaps it is better that he has forgotten. Libor tells Emmy he will not do anything for her grandson because there is no point, by which he means, "As long as there were Jews like Malkie's parents in the world, there would be people to hate them" (page 213). As he talks of all the bad Jews in the news, Emmy points out that he is the one who sees them as Jewish because he expects them to live differently than other people. Sam loses over two thousand pounds playing poker online so he goes to find a prostitute, needing something to...

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