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Let Z be any Banach space, let T E L(Z, X*) be compact and let e > O. II Tz - Jl ztcz)xtll ~ e. P. P. Let T E L(X, Y) be compact and 1/2> e > O. }f=1 in X* so that Ily*II~1. *II~e, whenever Ilxll~1. *}f=1 are not necessarily contained in Y. We have to "push" the {yt*}f=1 into Y. This is done by using the following lemma. 6 [90]. Let X be a Banach space, let D be a finite-dimensional subspace of X** and let e> O. Then, there is an operator S: D --7- X such that liS II ~ 1 + e and SID()X is the identity.

Then, there is a norm 11·11 on the space of the sequences of scalars which are eventually 0 so that X is isometric to Zl/Z2, where Zl consists of all sequences IIJI (aI' a2,· .. ) such that Sl~p which is a Cauchy sequence. 3, is given in [24]. ::: X 27 d. Examples of Spaces Without an Unconditional Basis also for a large natural class of non-separable spaces X. It seems to be unknown whether an arbitrary non-separable X can be represented as Z** /Z, for a suitable Z. 3 is non-reflexive but has a separable second dual.

By the geometric version of the Hahn-Banach theorem there is a 11·11 closed hyperplane F in X so that Fe F and F (") Ko = 0. Let x* E X* be such that F={x; x*(x) = I}. Then, X*(Xn) = y*(xn ) for n~no and Ix*(xn)1 < 8/2 for n > no· Consequently, Ix*(x n) - y*(Xn) I< 8 for every n, as desired. eA it is natural to ask what is the situation if we reverse the roles of X and Y in (v). The answer is given by the following result which is also due to Grothendieck [48]. S. Let X be a Banach space. Then, X* has the approximation property if and only if, for every Banach space Y, every e > 0 and every compact T E L( X, Y), there is a finite rank operator Tl E L( X, Y) such that II T - TIll ~ e.