The Loser - Section 4: p. 40-53 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4: p. 40-53 Summary

Although the inn seems dirtier, it is the only inn in the area. Glenn Gould is convinced that people are not unhappy in general. He refuses Wertheimer's invitations to visit him in Traich. At times, Glenn Gould is embarrassed by his own ignorance. The narrator possesses the skill of perceiving the same thing as something new. He knows the moment that he meets Glenn Gould that Glenn Gould is extraordinary, but it pains him when the newspapers confirm his opinion. Mankind exists because they have no other choice. Wertheimer predicts that the narrator will commit suicide. He never forgives the narrator for moving to Madrid. The narrator considers killing himself. He condemns the dampness of Austrian restaurants and socialism. The narrator condemns himself as base for his desire to see Wertheimer's lodge, but he owes it to Wertheimer. Curiosity...

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