The Glass Bead Game - Chapter 4, Two Orders Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Two Orders Summary

Knecht, a member of the inner circle of Glass Bead Game players, is now going to be teaching the game. His friend, and later assistant, Fritz Tegularius, is also a good Game player, and Knecht feels that he would make a good instructor. He is good at analyzing games and at finding errors in them. When they were in their twenties, Tegularius let Knecht look at some papers and comparisons that he had on the Glass Bead Game, and Knecht said they were very good. Knecht found them so good that he borrowed them to study them. He recommends Tegularius as a consultant, but not as a teacher. Tegularius is truly happy for Knecht in his assignment after being accepted by the Order.

Knecht cannot leave for Mariafels until the bureaucratic red tape is completed. He has to be...

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