The Loser - Section 11: p. 132-145 Summary & Analysis

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Section 11: p. 132-145 Summary

The narrator never seriously considers selling Desselbrunn. He takes his tea to the restaurant in the lower portion of the inn. He is biased against all people. The innkeeper takes over the inn from her uncle who is implicated in a murder case and serves twenty years in jail. Despite the jurors' disbelief of his guilt, they give him the maximum sentence, causing his wife to die of grief. The narrator does not believe that the innkeeper's uncle is guilty of murder. He learns from the innkeeper that her uncle has been released. She travels to see her uncle with her son, hoping that he will give her money, but he refuses to even see them. The innkeeper complains about how exhausting the trip to Hirschbach is. She hates her uncle now. The innkeeper praises Wertheimer as a refined...

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