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Due to the fever he mistakes Kitty for an Indian and calls her Pocahontas. Marco completely loses orientation when Uncle Victor dies.

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It is the only film that the protagonist watches of Hector Mann's later, hidden films. At that breakfast he meets Kitty Wu for the first time.

Soon he is kicked out of his apartment. When his mother is killed in a traffic accident, he is adopted by his Uncle Victor.

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This might seem a small point, but it is the touches like this that are part of the brilliance of the novel for me. Marco even manages to stay in touch with what is going on in the world by reading newspapers left by visitors. After spending his freshman year in a college dormitory, he rents an apartment in New York. The next day, Marco has to leave his flat, and finds himself on the streets of Manhattan.

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