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The Namesake Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

1994. Gogol moves to New York City after college to attend a graduate program in architecture at Columbia, despite his parents' desire he attend a similar program at MIT. Gogol is now an apprentice in a large architecture firm. One night a friend from the firm takes Gogol to a party at someone's home. There, Gogol meets a girl named Maxine with whom he has a nice conversation. Early the next morning, Maxine calls Gogol and invites him to dinner at her parents' home. Gogol agrees, amused to be pursued by a girl rather than the other way around. When Gogol arrives at the Ratliff home, he finds it to be a Greek Revival, a piece of architecture he deeply admires. Gogol meets both of Maxine's parents and likes how normal they are, how different from his own parents.

Gogol finds himself quickly accepted in Maxine's life, spending...

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