All the Light We Cannot See - Part Five: January 1941: Chapters 81-95 Summary & Analysis

Anthony Doerr
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Crazy Harold Bazin takes Marie-Laure and Madame Manec through a maze of alleyways to where at one time city kennel keepers would keep their mastiffs during the day. Madame Manec and Marie-Laure sit in the Hotel-Dieu dining room and wait until a man called Rene joins them and suggests that certain information would be very helpful to a resistance movement. Madame Manec tries to get Etienne to help with the war effort, suggesting that he use his equipment to help, assuring him that a receiver could be found and then reference numbers could be baked right into bread, but he refuses. Marie-Laure and Madame Manec take food to Harold, but he is gone and the librarian has no idea where, but his disappearance makes the other women nervous and they want to take a break until things settle down.

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