The Sleepwalkers - Part Three, Chapters LXXXI - LXXVI Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Chapters LXXXI - LXXVI Summary

In Chapter LXXI, Heinrich Wendling has departed. Hanna finds herself quickly forgetting what he looks like.

Chapter LXXII is another installment of the story of Marie. Bertrand von Muller is asking himself if he should continue living among the Jews and continue manipulating Nuchem and Marie. He shouts at both of them, questioning their forms of religion, but they both reply with confidence that they are happy and he is bleeding to death.

Chapter LXXIII is another installment in the thesis regarding the Disintegration of Values. This essay questions the reality of the age. It goes on to state that reality and existence is merely the unity of mankind.

In Chapter LXXIV, Lt. Jaretzki is being fitted with his artificial arm, and the doctor is suggesting he give up drinking and smoking. Jaretzki...

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