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Beware of Pity Chapter Summary & Analysis - Page 151 through 182. Summary

Stefan Zweig
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Page 151 through 182. Summary

Hofmiller begins the next day with duty, thinking little of his conversation the night before, other than to feel very happy he was able to bring peace. When he arrives at Kekesfalva's, he is welcomed heroically, and finds Ilona and Edith singing happily in the tower. He is appalled to discover Kekesfalva returned to the castle the previous night only to wake his daughter and tell her of the miracle cure Hofmiller discussed with Condor. Hofmiller stumbles through his conversation with Condor, again making it seem more positive than Condor had stated. Hofmiller is clearly uncomfortable, and wonders how his words to Kekesfalva turned against him, making Edith believe in a false cure that may not even apply to her. Hofmiller tries to slow her enthusiasm, but is unsuccessful. To celebrate, Edith and Ilona plan a trip to the family stud farm via a large...

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