Berlin Syndrome - Pages 1 - 61 Summary & Analysis

Melanie Joosten
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Summary

The narration starts with Clare's perspective. She is an apartment waiting for Andi's return. She greets him when he arrives. He has groceries. He takes them in the kitchen and puts them away. While he does so he yells at her for harassing him and complains that she is always there. He tells her that he can end the situation at any time. She thinks that she wishes he would.

After this, tildes separate major sections and paragraph breaks identity subsections within these larger sections.

This first section (page 5) is written from both Clare's and Andi's perspectives. It begins in the past and, told from Clare's perspective, describes how they first met. They were waiting to cross the street when Andi asked her whether she liked strawberries. When she said that she did, they proceeded to sit on pink water pipes and ate...

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