The Blazing World - Bruno Kleinfeld/Oswald Case Summary & Analysis

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Bruno Kleinfeld

In this chapter Bruno confesses that despite their closeness, Harry was never able to shake Felix's ghost. He overshadowed even her dreams, often causing her to wake up in a cold sweat, afraid that he'd somehow not truly died. Bruno derides Felix and his many tragic flaws, the worst of which, in his opinion, was his repeated attacks and suppression of Harry's artistic self. In frank terms he tells the reader that Felix never fought for Harry, never supported her, never attempted to help her promote her work, when he could have so easily done so.

This chapter shows the depth of Bruno's love for Harry and the frustration and anger on his part for the significant damage that Felix did to her. He also states that this was about the time that Harry started meeting and conspiring with...

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