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The Man Without Qualities Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 15 - 19 Summary

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Chapters 15 - 19 Summary

This is the final chapter of the summary devoted to the First Book. This First Book is by far the shorter. Part 3 of the novel includes chapters 15 - 19 inclusive. The amount of detail cannot be evenly distributed due to the time constraints. Particularly important points are delved into further, in order, it is hoped, to give readers the best sense of the plot and over all feel and tone of the novel. Clarisse also felt that her husband Walter was more gifted than their mutual friend Ulrich, but that Ulrich was better at implementation. Ultimately, this might cause him to end up winning. By the time of the novel, when they are in their 30s, the woman is sad because she wanted a prominent husband, and hers is not shaping up to be as successful as she had wanted. Chapter 15: Musil explains that the Austrian...

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