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

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Part 2, Eleven Summary

Hephzibah is at the end of her tether with all of them as she walks to the museum a week later. She is busy with the museum, and though there has not been any more vandalism, the lull feels sinister, and she becomes more paranoid. Julian does not even quite believe his own suspicions about Sam and Hephzibah, but he feels lonely and dejected because he is not a real Jew. He believes Hephzibah's family treats him like a Gentile and will not let him in, but when they did, it did not go well. Julian recalls the face-painting incident. In school, he met a beautiful hippy girl at a party in East Sussex, but when she insisted he paint her face, he made her a clown, causing her to cry since he made a fool out of her. He recalls the incident when Hephzibah...

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