Of Human Bondage - Chapters 26-28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-28 Summary

Three months into his time in Germany, Philip's hostess informs him that an Englishman of some means is going to be staying with them for a short time and encourages him to get to know the man. Philip resents this encouragement. Philip has had little luck making friends and he is still reeling from the departure of Fraulein Hedwig whose father changed his mind about her engagement and has called her home. The Englishman, Hayward, is a complainer whom Philip sets out to dislike. Despite Philip's reluctance to become friendly with Hayward, they get along well and Philip finds him entertaining. Soon Philip and Hayward on going on daily walks together and begin attending the theatre together. Philip is excited to have someone to share his views on art and literature with.

Another new tenant has come to stay at the house as well. This...

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