Utz - Study Guide Section 2 (page 27 to page 58) Summary & Analysis

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Utz finally agrees to meet the narrator the day before his departure, but at a restaurant rather than his apartment, to the narrator's great disappointment. The narrator describes Utz's face as immediately forgettable, set with narrow eyes behind steel-framed spectacles. He cannot remember if Utz has a moustache. "Add a moustache, subtract a moustache: nothing would alter his utterly nondescript appearance." If he does have a moustache, however, it is precise and bristly, to go with the precise, toy-soldierish gestures, which are the only evidence of his Teutonic ancestry, but he probably does not have a moustache. The narrator joins Utz and Dr. Orlik at the restaurant, Pstruh, at which they have met for Thursday lunch since 1946. "Pstruh" is Czech for "trout," but no trout are available today because they are all reserved for the four fat communist party members at...

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