The Berlin Stories: The Last of Mr. Norris, Goodbye to Berlin - The Last of Mr. Norris, Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

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The Last of Mr. Norris, Chapters 15 and 16 Summary

Chapter 15

After his bath, William returns to Arthur's room, where they pretend that nothing unusual is going on (see "Quotes," p. 165). William persuades Arthur to go out for dinner, where they make jokes about the detective who's followed them. The next day, Arthur reveals his plans to go to Mexico. After a period of frantic packing, and of Arthur pleading with William to not think badly of him, William and Arthur prepare to leave for the train station. They are interrupted by a drunken Schmidt, who speaks threateningly to Arthur but is shoved into silence by the devoted Fraulein Schroeder, whose diversion of Schmidt enables Arthur and William to get out. At the train station they say their farewells - Arthur sentimentally, William with restrained resentment, commenting that as far back...

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