Sense Of Responsibility In Maxine's Death

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Maxine’s parents Gerald and Lydia’s invite Gogol into their lives. So he becomes a frequent guest in their house. Gerald and Lydia are very busy with their issues. Gogol and Maxine come and go to movies and dinners as they please.
“They go to darkened humble looking restaurants downtown where the tables are tiny, the bills huge (136). After his work Gogol visits to their house and sleeps with Maxine, Gerald and Lydia think nothing. Simultaneously Gogol falls in love with Maxine and automatically wishes to marry her. However Gogol`s sense of responsibility ignites his cultural roots after his father’s death and he ignores Maxine. Maxine too repents the truth that she cannot provide any solace to Gogol as she belongs to a different culture.
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