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The Nice and the Good Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary

Theo comes into Willy's cottage and they each get a glass of whiskey. Theo tells Willy that he feels he is bad for him, but Willy argues that Theo is not. Theo again insists he is, saying that they always talk about metaphysics and that all metaphysics are devilish. They discuss this for a few minutes before Theo tells Willy about the suicide in Octavian's office. Theo says that they are all worried about telling him. He admits that he dislikes living in the house,

"I feel ill all the time now. And I can't stand it down there, that's why I cam up here to torment you. It's getting worse down there. They're all watching each other ever so sweetly. Homo homini lupus, Willy, homo homini lupus. They're all of them sex maniacs and they don't even know it. There's my dear brother, that perfect O...

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