Anna and the Swallow Man - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Gavriel Savit
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Chapter three is titled "A Lesson in Zoology." The author gives information about the 1939 German invasion of Poland. Anna and the Swallow Man avoid the soldiers and they get Anna some nice clothes to match his three-piece suit. They want to be able to blend in with affluent people to not call attention to themselves. The Swallow Man carries a bag with his clothes, his pills, a razor, and a German and Polish passport. He also carries an umbrella and a gun. He keeps his face scruffy because he does not want to appear too groomed when entering the city. He believes that money is more of a liability than not having any.

As Anna and the Swallow Man continue their travels, the Swallow Man laments one of Anna's growth spurts. Anna notes that he also carries a baby shoe with him that has...

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