The Sleepwalkers - Part Three, Chapters LVIII - LXII Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Chapters LVIII - LXII Summary

Chapter LVIII is another installment about the Salvation Army girl. Muller invites Sussin and Marie to his apartment, and the three sing Salvation Army hymns. Chapter LVIV is written in the form of a play, and is entitled The Symposium or Dialogue on Redemption. It begins with Esch, the Major, Frau Esch and Huguenau at the Esch dinner table, eating and drinking wine. Soon Esch and the Major are ending each other's sentences, they are so much on the same level of thought. The two men, with occasional derisive interruptions from Huguenau, begin to chant verses back and forth to each other, and even Huguenau and Frau Esch join in when the men begin singing religious songs. In Chapter LX, Jaretzki is at a dance sponsored by the Moselle Memorial Association, and alarms...

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