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The Man Without Qualities Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 20 - 24 Summary

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Chapters 20 - 24 Summary

The Second Book begins. The entire Second Book is Part One. There is a second volume that has a separate book summary. It has a title that does not translate well into English. The Like of it Now Happens makes almost no sense in English. Chapter 20 is typical with its lengthy title: The touch of reality. Despite his lack of qualities Ulrich acts with ardor and resolution. Ulrich meets Count Stallburg and comes away from it with a refreshed sense of aristocracy. Instead of viewing it as lifeless, this helped proved it to be alive, and even lively. The two of them discuss the Moosbrugger case. Moosbrugger has not yet been sentenced.

Chapter 21: The real drama to be found amongst the close-knit rivals of Austria, Germany and Prussia comes to the fore during Ulrich's visit to Liege - Count Leinsdorf. This moves into a true-life...

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