The Golden House: A Novel - Section 3: pp. 146 - 220 Summary & Analysis

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René titles this section, “Regarding Love: A Tragedy,” and then tells the story of how his parents died. René explains how he wasn’t with his parents the day they died: he was with Suchitra Roy, a filmmaker with whom René was in love. As René tries to tell the story of his parents, he claims he is “making no sense,” and attempts to tell the reader “about the road” on which his parents died (147). As he approaches the part of the story where his parents die, René says he “must take a break to compose [himself],” but then decides that “there is no later,” and continues (149). René reveals that both his parents died, unexpectedly, in a car accident. After the accident, Suchitra reveals she has feelings for René.

Mourning his parents, René “walked the streets in a blind rage” (150). René says...

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