All the Light We Cannot See - Part Four: 8 August 1944: Chapters 62-67 Summary & Analysis

Anthony Doerr
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Sergeant Major von Rumpel climbs up the ladder to where two gunners sit in a turret just half a mile from Saint-Malo. Using binoculars, he watches until the smoke clears and he can see for sure that the house at number 4 rue Vauborel is still intact. He decides he will wait until the smoke clears before going in.

Marie-Laure wakes with the little house still pinned to her chest. She listens, but hears no more sirens and wonders if the rest of the house burned away after she crawled down through the trapdoor. She is famished, and tries to save some of the bread she brought down with her, but is unable to do so. Then she roams the cellar and to her surprise finds two full cans. Shaking them offers no clues as to their contents, but Marie-Laure quietly...

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