The UnAmericans - The Quietest Man, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 105 – 117 The next day, Tomas arranges to take Daniela on a tour of the Maine town (Harpswick) where he has finally settled. The sudden awkwardness that follows her agreement to his plan reminds Tomas of the last visit she had when she was a child which, he says in narration, started well but ended badly over a misunderstanding about some important papers that Daniela was writing on. Tomas further comments that after that visit, he was told by Katka that Daniela will not be allowed to visit him again.

Tomas’ tour of Harpswick takes less time than he planned, and after a tense conversation at a gift store, he and Daniela find themselves looking out at the sea, Tomas having asked Daniela to not write about the family and Daniela commenting that he of all people should not be telling her...

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