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In this section, Kanitz helps Dietzenhof to determine a value for the house that is much undervalue, to his advantage. He tells her she can expect one hundred fifty pounds, which is only a third of the value, to which she responds in awe that it could be worth so much. He and the woman go to Vienna, where he tells her he has a buyer in mind, although he does not mention it is himself. He wines and dines her while the lawyer draws up the paperwork, helps her to invest her one hundred ninety crowns in safe bonds, and on the last evening, finds she is returning to her family when the sale is finished. Kanitz, however, finds himself feeling guilty following the sale, as Dietzenhof thanks him for his help and offers to pay him. When they part, and she looks on...

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