The Death of a Bachelor

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The Death of a Bachelor By: Arthur Schnitzler Condemnation is not for human beings The story speaks of the betrayal of wives to their husbands. A rich and sick bachelor wrote a letter, before nine years of his death, to be delivered to his friends by his servant after his death. This bachelor liked to tell his friends about a hidden secret that tortured his soul many years ago. The letter was read by the doctor, the merchant, and the author. They were astonished to hear that their wives had a certain relationship with this bachelor. These three betrayed men did not act, as it should be to husbands who blow in their inner self by the betrayal of their wives. The merchant, whose wife died a year ago, told that she was very passionate to him, and he could do nothing to her. He accused the bachelor of ill mannered and an envy person. The author was fond of his wife, for she was a respected woman and was with him in his difficulties. So, he did not like to angry his wife who was his pride and success. The doctor's idea was also
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course EDS 103 taught by Professor White during the Spring '10 term at E. Kentucky.

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