The Sleepwalkers - Part Three, Chapter LI - LVII Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Chapter LI - LVII Summary

In Chapter LI, Hanna's husband returns and at first they are very uncomfortable with each other. In Chapter LII, a young patient at the hospital has died of gas poisoning, and the hospital holds a funeral. Godicke, not quite understanding the ceremony, attends. At the gravesite, Godicke climbs down into the grave with the coffin. When he is pulled out, he sits on a bench with his eyes closed, and the patient's brother sits with him, comforting this strange man. As a result, most of the crowd misses Huguenau's pompous offering of a wreath from the newly formed Moselle Memorial Association. Chapter LIII is the eighth installment of the Salvation Army girl Marie's story, this time done in verse, and concerns a man who has received bad news. In Chapter LIV, Esch goes...

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