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This section begins with Hofmiller noting the importance of Kekesfalva's request, in that it shows he has faith in him. He realizes he dreams of when Edith can walk without difficulty. The following day, Hofmiller arrives at the Kekesfalva's to find the doctor not what he anticipated, in that he is a stocky, short, bald man in a crumpled suit. He eats noisily and offensively, but finally settles down to give his report following his examination of Edith. He reports that her exercises are going well, but that she seems to have a different mental state. He asks if another doctor is seeing her, and Kekesfalva vehemently denies this. Condor passes this change off, but does note it is noticeable and that something is just not right. She shows, he reports, resistance and frustration. He rises to leave, and Hofmiller follows. The two men walk...

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