Q. 24.3( 13 Votes )
Why did he think that Frau Frieda’s dreams were a stratagem for surviving?
Frau Frieda’s dreams were a stratagem for surviving because her conversations made it clear that, dream by dream, she had taken over the entire fortune of her ineffable patrons in Vienna. That did not surprise the author, however, because the author had always thought her dreams were no more than a stratagem for surviving.
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