The Love Affair of Nathaniel P - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Adelle Waldman
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In the first half of Chapter 6, most of the narrative occurs in a scene between Nate and Aurit, a secondary character becomes more prominent. The narrative portrays Aurit through Nate's eyes, wherein he is reminded of one of Dr. Seuss' characters, the ever-judgmental Lorax. He harps on her physical appearance as, "short and big on top, with large maternal breasts and broad shoulders that were like the top of a triangle, tapering to petite hips that she liked to show off in close-fitting jeans" (74). He assumes that the reason they never got romantically involved because he had never been attracted to her, besides the fact that when they started hanging out he was already dating Elisa.

Aurit is headstrong and opinionated. She grills Nate over his second date with Hannah and criticizes his lateness in calling her. Nate emphasizes that it had been four...

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