1 and 2
• Kovály lives in Nazi-occupied Prague in 1941.
• In October 1941 Jews and Roma people are removed from Prague and placed in the Lodz Ghetto in Poland.
• While in the ghetto Kovály accompanies a Jewish doctor on his rounds.
• Kovály recalls scenes of violence and starvation in the ghetto.
• Kovály rescues her cousin from a fire but he dies days later.
• The Lotz ghetto is liquidated and the residents are sent to concentration camps.
• Kovály and her family are sent to Auschwitz.
• Kovály becomes a slave laborer, working long hours in factories.
• Food and clothing are scare at Auschwitz.
• Kovály recalls feeling hoplessness and crushing despair at Auschwitz.
3, 4, and 5
• The Russian army, advancing westward, forces the Nazi's to evacuate the camp, and the inmates are marched westward.
• In the middle of the march Kovály and a few other women escape.
• The four...
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