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The Man Without Qualities Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 40 - 44 Summary

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Chapters 40 - 44 Summary

Chapter 40: Like the rest, this chapter has an extraordinarily long title. "A man with all the qualities, but they are a matter of indifference to him. A master-mind is arrested, and the Collateral Campaign gits its honorary secretary," (p. 175). Chapter 41: Rachel & Diotima. This is the shortest chapter title in the entire novel so far. Here, the focus returns to the Collateral Campaign to improve culture in Austria and the German-speaking world in general. Aristocratic ladies were there along with a smaller number of choice men of great prestige. Rachel was born and raised in poverty with many siblings and dirt coming up through the floorboards. Diotima was honestly delighted to have the young lady, Rachel. So strong was her feeling about this, that she felt Rachel had done the best thing to run away from home - anything needed for her to be able to...

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