Zuckerman Unbound - Pages 91 - 132 Summary & Analysis

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In Caesara’s hotel room, Zuckerman notices that Caesara has copies of several of his novels. He also notices a copy of a book by Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard entitled “The Crisis in the Life of an Actress.” The essay argues that a well-known figure is subject to both renown and ridicule, and the actress will eventually age out of her popularity. They make conversation, Caesara offers to lend Zuckerman the book, and the narrative then implies that they have sex. Zuckerman departs in the early hours of the morning with the Kierkegaard book. Caesara’s personal driver drives Zuckerman home and gives him a business card for a company offering personal driver and bodyguard services. Zuckerman calls Caesara’s hotel the next day, but she is not there. He later learns that Caesara has gone to Cuba to resume a romantic...

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