All the Light We Cannot See - Part Twelve: 1974: Chapters 168-177 and Part Thirteen: 2014: Chapter 178 Summary & Analysis

Anthony Doerr
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Frank Volkheimer is fifty one years old and lives in a third floor walk-up in Pforzheim, Germany. To sustain himself, he repairs and installs TV antennas. He gets a package from the VSO in Berlin and inside are photographs of objects that he is being asked to identify if he can. He doesn’t recognize the canvas soldier’s bag, or the little house, but he knows the notebook instantly as belonging to Werner. His bag had been collected at a U.S. Army p.o.w. processing camp in Bernay, France in 1944.

Jutta marries Albert Wette and together they have a son named Max who is now six. She teaches algebra and he is an accountant. Her life is organized and comfortable until she gets a knock on the door and a large man asks her...

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