The Berlin Stories: The Last of Mr. Norris, Goodbye to Berlin - The Last of Mr. Norris, Chapters 4, 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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The Last of Mr. Norris, Chapters 4, 5 and 6 Summary

Chapter 4

After William offers a brief description of the teasing relationship between his landlady (Fraulein Schroeder - see "Characters") and Arthur Norris, he then describes his attempts to introduce Arthur to two of his other friends, hard-nosed journalist Helen and gossipy Fritz, who hints that Arthur had been in prison. As the narrator's friendship with Arthur deepens, he learns details about his past - that he had indeed been in prison and that the strained relationship with Schmidt had been going on for some time. Eventually, William and Arthur are invited to spend some time at the country home of the Baron, where there is also a large number of very attractive young men. As they watch the Baron playing (sometimes violently) with the young men, Arthur suggests to William that...

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