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The Man Without Qualities II: The Like of It Now Happens Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6, Chapters 92 - 95 Summary

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Chapter 6, Chapters 92 - 95 Summary

Chapter 92: This chapter opens with a further examination of what Herr Paul Arnheim is really like. He has some quality that impresses other people but he is also prone to attribute to this to the fact that he is financially wealthy. The narrator explains that in the case of Arnheim that isn't what it is. However, the same narrator then goes on to explain how it is that people have a tendency to view financial wealth as a personal quality. Rich people always want to feel that money has no real meaning and that the life of every human being cannot honestly be estimated in terms of dollars. Such people are also often troubled by virtue of their effect upon others who do not have as much money because they want to wanted for reasons other than their money. At the same time...

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