All the Light We Cannot See - Part Three: June 1940: Chapters 37-50 Summary & Analysis

Anthony Doerr
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Marie-Laure and her father reach Evreux but the man he was supposed to meet and leave the stone with has already fled to London. His house is burned and being looted, so they bed down for the night in a farmer’s barn, raiding the vegetable garden for food. The next day a furniture lorry takes them as far as Cancale and then they walk. He describes the scene at Saint-Malo when they finally arrive, hunting for Rue Vauborel. He finally finds his uncle’s house and pushes the buzzer several times before they sit against the gate. Madam Manec opens the gate and is astonished to see them. She takes them inside, feeds them and cleans Marie’s feet. As her father and Madame Manec talk, Marie-Laure, stuffed and warm, drifts to sleep. When Marie-Laure wakes, she calls out...

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