The Sleepwalkers - Part Three, Chapter XLV - L Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Chapter XLV - L Summary

In Chapter XLV, Huguenau and Esch have a conversation about the meaning of freedom. Chapter XLVI is a secret report from Huguenau to Major Von Pasenow concerning Esch's activities. Huguenau believes the Major will be happy to receive this letter, but the Major is instead mildly threatened by it. In Chapter XLVII, some of the doctors in the military hospital are discussing Lt. Jaretzki's drinking and crazy talk. Chapter XLVIII finds Esch at the paper factory, where he and one of the foremen, Liebel, talk about finding answers. Chapter XLIX is the seventh installment of the story of Marie, the Salvation Army girl. Dr. Litwak has come to Bertrand von Muller to ask him to intervene between Sussin and Marie. Sussin is married and has children, and it is shameful for a Jewish...

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