Berlin Syndrome - Pages 62 - 92 Summary & Analysis

Melanie Joosten
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This section begins in the past (page 61) and is told from Andi's perspective. He is at the school in which he teaches. Throughout the day, he is focused on the thought that Clare would be waiting for him when he returned to his apartment at the end of the day. A colleague, Peter, invited Andi to go out after work, but he refused and went home. Clare was there when Andi returned home, but was mad at him because he had locked her in. He apologized, but was happy that she was there. She wanted to go out and they got ready to do so.

The narrative next changes to Clare's perspective and takes place in the past. Andi and Clare went out and walked even though Andi had chosen a place to eat. They talked about how Clare felt about the future...

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