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The Man Without Qualities II: The Like of It Now Happens Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11, Chapters 112 - 115 Summary

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Chapter 11, Chapters 112 - 115 Summary

Chapter 112: Ulrich was working against Arnheim, and the Prussian knew this. The younger man was not even intentionally malicious, but this occurred through Ulrich's means of operating and his goals. A point had been reached at which Ulrich communicated so intensely to Arnheim that the latter felt he had been "cut to the quick" so to speak. Arnheim was sure that Ulrich spoke badly of him to others, even to Diotima herself. Robert Musil writes that a great man ceases to be great if no one takes any notice of him. Here is something that many women may well have believed or felt through the centuries - the feeling that they never amounted to much because no one took any interest in their talent and potential. Ulrich viewed Arnheim as vastly more influential than himself. He felt that there was no friendship between...

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