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The Finkler Question - Study Guide Part 2, Ten Summary & Analysis

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Though Julian has no reason to believe Sam is interested in Hephzibah, he thinks so anyway. He worries whether Hephzibah is interested in Sam as well, so he brings it up in bed by asking if she wants to invite Sam over for dinner and pursuing the affirmative answer in search of whether it is Sam specifically that she likes inviting for dinner. The next day, Julian asks Hephzibah if there is a special bond between Jews and if she makes a connection with Sam. She sighs the next three times he asks her about Sam, but the third time is for a different reason because Sam visited her at the museum that afternoon and asked for a tour.

At Nosh Bar on Windmill Street, Libor tells Julian he is probably imagining it and his dread comes from the usual place where people long for...

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