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Dr. Max Gottlieb is a German Jew who has never been interested in practicing medicine but always  in laboratory research. He had married the "patient and wordless daughter of a Gentile merchant."  He is over-cautious about announcing results of his research, always waiting for definite proof and  hating men who rush into publication unprepared. He has been on the faculty of Winnemac for  twelve years. Teaching bores him, but he appreciates the excellent facilities for work and some of the  brighter students. Poverty keeps him from travel and enjoyment of worldly pleasures. Gottlieb's family consists of his wife, slow-moving and not well, and three children. Miriam, the  youngest, is interested in classical music; her older sister is "nothing in particular"; and the son is  wild, with no taste for study. One of the few students to appreciate the true work of Gottlieb is Martin Arrowsmith. Gottlieb is 
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Texas State.

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