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The Man Without Qualities Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 55 - 59 Summary

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Chapters 55 - 59 Summary

Chapter 55. This chapter is about the little black boy Soliman who Arnheim had taken in. In fact, the Prussian had taken him in and then kept him - something that might be all right in one case, and horribly wrong in another. The boy flourished in this kind of foster care and mingled with the "natural children" of the same family. When he grew up enough for it, he was employed as a servant of the household in order to ensure his well being and livelihood and to keep him close. Soliman reacted to this quite intensely actually. He began to vengefully steal from the very person from whom he could take without it being stealing at all. Despite this, Arnheim had no idea what really was going on regarding this; mainly he just sometimes got a vague feeling that something was wrong and that...

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