The History of Love - A Joy Forever Summary & Analysis

Nicole Krauss
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A Joy Forever Summary

Leo winds up at Starbucks and realizes he is happy to be a part of the world. Leo calls Bruno to say that it is good to be alive, and life is a thing of beauty and a joy forever. When leaving, he spies the headlines on a newspaper and stops when he sees Isaac's picture and a headline: "Isaac Moritz, Novelist, Dead at 60." Leo pulls it from the trash and heads home. As he sits in the dark in his apartment, Bruno pushes a piece of paper under the door that reads "Life is Butiful." Leo finally writes on it "And a Joke Forever."

Leo cuts Isaac's photo out of the paper and puts it in his wallet, noticing the memorial service will be held in two days. He buys a new suit for Isaac's funeral, gets very...

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