The Loser - Section 13: p. 153-160 Summary & Analysis

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Section 13: p. 153-160 Summary

People condemn others with words; Glenn Gould calls Wertheimer "the loser." Wertheimer condemns suicide, thinking that his sister will kill herself. She escapes by marriage instead. Glenn Gould destroys Wertheimer. Wertheimer can blame Horowitz for his destruction. Horowitz's reputation leads Wertheimer to Salzburg where he meets Glenn Gould which ultimately leads to his suicide. The narrator plans to return to his apartment and write about Glenn Gould. This will enable him to put his thoughts about Wertheimer in order. He is sure that the walk to Traich will prove futile. Nothing has changed at Wertheimer's lodge, and it is unlocked. Franz Kohlroser, the woodsman, greets the narrator. He has just heard of Wertheimer's suicide and is horrified. Wertheimer's sister is coming to Traich in a few days. Franz Kohlroser invites the narrator inside as he worries that things will...

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