The Sleepwalkers - Part Three, Chapters XVIII - XXVIII Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Chapters XVIII - XXVIII Summary

In Chapter XVIII, the story of Marie the Salvation Army girl continues with the narrator thinking about the German Jews who share rooms at his boarding house. In Chapter XIX, Lt. Jaretzki is in the garden of the hospital, and his arm has been amputated. In Chapter XX, the Disintegration of Values dissertation describes the modern architecture as depressing and inspired by machine guns.

In Chapter XXI, Huguenau presents a devious plan to the men of town, a plan designed to allow him control over the paper and the funds, and also designed to prevent any of them from checking into his own credentials. In Chapter XXII, Huguenau meets with Esch to discuss terms, and Esch says he must talk to his wife about the idea. In Chapter XXIII, Lt. Jaretzki is walking...

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