The History of Love - The Last Page Summary & Analysis

Nicole Krauss
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The Last Page Summary

Zvi did not sit with the intention of plagiarizing his friend, Leo Gursky, murdered by the Nazis. Nor did he think Rosa would love him if she thought he had written it. Zvi just copied the first two pages, and then he got to Alma Mereminski's name and stopped. He considered changing it to Rosa. When he went to write the letter R, however, Zvi's hand stopped, maybe because he knew the real Alma. Sixteen years later, Zvi copied a chapter from Leo's book every night, word for word, except for the names, all but one of which he changed. When he reached the last page, he took the original manuscript and put it in the trash under the sink. Then Zvi took them out of the trash and put them in the metal trashcans behind the house. Then...

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