The Sleepwalkers - Part Three, Chapters XXIX - XXXVII Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Chapters XXIX - XXXVII Summary

In Chapter XXIX, Godicke cannot equate the man he is with the bricklayer and lover he had been. In Chapter XXX, Huguenau comes to the Esch house and is able to come to fantastic terms with Esch to buy the business, obtain quarters in the Esch house, and even breakfast every morning. As of June 1st, the Herald becomes Huguenau's paper. In Chapter XXXI, is the fourth essay on the disintegration of values. The previous essay regarding the lack of ornamentation in architecture for this epoch is now compared to a man like Huguenau, a man who acts with a single minded purpose, and whose life is devoid of ornamentation. Chapter XXXII discusses the differences between a career criminal and an honest citizen. The difference between a rebel and a criminal is that...

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