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The Ghost Writer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4, Married to Tolstoy Summary

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Chapter 4, Married to Tolstoy Summary

The following morning Zuckerman has breakfast with Lonoff, Hope, and Amy. Lonoff is going through his mail as he eats. When Zuckerman asks about the letters he receives about his writing, Lonoff hands a few to his wife and has her read them. Some of the letters are disturbing, while many of them are from people like Zuckerman who want to have Lonoff as some sort of mentor. Hope then reads a letter from a young man who wants Lonoff to sponsor him to come to the United States so that he might get a good education. Hope suddenly stops reading and offers Amy an apology for possibly embarrassing her. Amy denies embarrassment and decides to leave. Before Amy can leave, Zuckerman begins asking her where she lived before coming to the United States. Amy refuses to answer, only admitting that...

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