Berlin Syndrome - Pages 199 - 250 Summary & Analysis

Melanie Joosten
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The first part of this section is written from Andi's perspective. He is teaching Clare German. They talk about why and how he learned English. He talks about how his parents met and the age difference between his father and his mother. He asks Clare about her parents. When she is quite at first, he knows that the question makes her thinks about how long it has seen her mother. She does finally answer, telling him that her parents were born in the same month in the same year and talks about how they celebrated their birthday. Then she says she is going for a walk and goes into the bedroom. Andi knows that she will not come out until the evening.

The narrative shifts to Clare's perspective. It opens with Clare wondering whether Andi shows the photographs he takes of her to...

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