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The Man Without Qualities II: The Like of It Now Happens Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13, Chapter 119 Summary

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Chapter 13, Chapter 119 Summary

Chapter 119: A Counter-mine and a seduction. Gerda Fischel learns from her father of another of Arnheim's ulterior motives. Gerda decides to inform Ulrich of this. However, she has her own ulterior motive - she is going to test Ulrich. To her, he is an older man. She has an attraction for him which waxes and wanes, but for Gerda, there is some excuse for her to communicate with him.

The two smooch but it was never intended to go any further. They embarrass themselves when they try to force it further along sexual lines than it was really meant for. There is a lot of drama when the author explains through omniscience that Ulrich doesn't really want to go through with it, but he has taken her to a bed and now feels that he should. Gerda has a bit of a similar problem but...

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