The Sleepwalkers - Part Three, Chapters LXIII - LXX Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Chapters LXIII - LXX Summary

In Chapter LXIII, Major Von Pasenow joins Esch's Bible study group. Esch is overwhelmed by the Major's arrival, and there is silence from the entire group at first. Major asks them to continue, so Esch begins reading from the Bible, the Book of Acts. Godicke is at the meeting as well, and interjects strange words. The Major is having an unusual experience, partly religious, partly memories, but he is not completely aware of his surroundings or the people in the meeting. Godicke is approaching Esch, screaming that one cannot speak of life until he has been buried, and Esch says the dead are murderers. In the middle of this confusion, the Major stands up and looks towards the door. Huguenau chooses this moment to drop in from a stroll, and the Major equates...

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