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Essay heading: "THE ASSISTANT" MALAMUD (end of 3rd chapter)
 
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We can guess that it will go against the new way of life that Frank would like to follow, having Morris Bober as an example. Another clue about his weakness also appears at this moment: "His heart shook him with its beating". Here we can see that he is really affected emotionally, and his emotions seem to be stronger than his nous, he knows that he shouldn't attempt to look secretly at Helen in the bathroom but he continues all the same: "But if you do it, he told himself, you will suffer"...
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Here we can see that he is really affected emotionally, and his emotions seem to be stronger than his nous, he knows that he shouldn't attempt to look secretly at Helen in the bathroom but he continues all the same: "But if you do it, he told himself, you will suffer". This is Frank's nous that expresses itself, but he quickly gives way to his desire: "The excitement of what he might see forced him to go up"...
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