The Loser - Section 7: p. 78-89 Summary & Analysis

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Section 7: p. 78-89 Summary

The sculptures in the house in Leopoldskron are so heavy that all three roommates are unable to move them. People assume that Glenn Gould is weak, but that is not true. Glenn Gould cuts down an ash in front of his window because he believes that it obstructs his playing and he must remove all obstacles. Glenn Gould's fans know nothing about Glenn Gould; the Glenn Gould that the narrator knows is much better. Glenn Gould laughs a lot and refuses to take people seriously if they are unable to laugh. Glenn Gould hates nature. The idea piano player wants to be the piano but inevitably fails. Wertheimer possibly hates Glenn Gould and the narrator. The narrator hates Glenn Gould at the same time that he loves him, due to jealousy at his friend's magnificence. Glenn Gould uses the...

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