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The Ghost Writer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2, Nathan Dedalus Summary

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Chapter 2, Nathan Dedalus Summary

Zuckerman is left alone in Lonoff's study. Zuckerman wanders around, touching Lonoff's things. Zuckerman finds a copy of The Middle Age in a book and begins to read it due to a comment Lonoff made about Henry James. In fact, Zuckerman reads the short story twice. As Zuckerman reads, he thinks about an argument he is having with his father. Zuckerman wrote a short story about a couple of cousins who were fighting over some money left for the education of one cousin's twin sons. The other cousin felt that the money was meant for all their education while the other believed the money was meant for college, not medical school. Eventually the dispute went before a judge and Sidney, the one who thought the money was not meant for medical school, won. Sidney took the money and wasted it on a parking...

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