All the Light We Cannot See - Part Five: January 1941: Chapters 68-80 Summary & Analysis

Anthony Doerr
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During January recess, Frederick invites Werner to come to his home in Berlin with him. Werner is astonished by the apparent wealth of their lives, the things that they have and the fact that an actual elevator takes them upstairs. In February, cadets are called out of their beds at 2 am to where a stake has been driven into the ground in the snow. One bucket of water at a time, they freeze the man to death on the spot. The man is left in the courtyard for a week.

Frederick is chosen as the weakest again and again and beaten each time he is caught. Werner tries to immerse himself in his work, but his stomach is sour. The other cadets torment Frederick at every opportunity. Werner finally completes the equipment Hauptmann wants and together they go outside to...

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