Tristan (by Thomas Mann) Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapter 1

• Einfried, the sanitarium, is introduced.

• Dr. Leander is introduced as the director of the sanitarium.

• He is described as, among other things, “cold and hard.”

• It is noted that Dr. Leander has complete control over his patients who pay large sums of money for his expertise.

• Miss von Osterloh is introduced, and described as busy and conscientious.

• It is also noted that she maintains the hope of one day marrying Dr. Leander.

• Einfried is described as being mainly a sanitarium for patients with lung problems, though Dr. Leander will accept patients with many other types of ailments as well.

• It is explained that occasionally a severely ill patient will die, but that none of the other patients ever hear about it, and life at the sanitarium continues uninterrupted.

• The first reference is made to a writer whose name sounds like that of a type of mineral or...

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