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The Man Without Qualities Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 35 - 39 Summary

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Chapters 35 - 39 Summary

Chapter 35: Ulrich visits Leo Fischel. Ulrich is justified in viewing this man as someone to whom he has a personal connection. Leo is the Director of Lloyd's Bank. He is the only manager to have Director as the title of his position. Leo is married and has adult children including a daughter named Gerda who has been friends with Ulrich in her own right. He believes that he does know about progress and patriotism and he asks Ulrich about the Austrian top forms of these because of their common association with the Collateral Campaign. Chapter 36: Leo Fischel visits with other high officials. During this time they address the matter of the Collateral Campaign and essentially, they approve this. "If, however, the balloon of one's life happens to be 9,000 feet up in the air, one doesn't simply step out of it, even if one doesn't agree...

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