Black Cross - Section Six: Chapters 19-22 Summary & Analysis

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Section Six: Chapters 19-22 Summary

The story reverts back to Rachel in the Totenhausen camp, where her plan to befriend Frau Hagan has been working. Hagan has been telling Rachel about many things that occur at the camp. She advises Rachel that Brandt is a pederast and to watch out for him. Rachel is horrified at this and suggests that maybe Anna would be able to help in such a matter. Frau Hagan tells Rachel that Anna is the only German to ever care about the prisoners there and that she is too important in that to ever be risked over something like trying to save a boy. Later on, Ariel Weitz comes to Rachel to tell her that Schorner wishes to see her in his office. Hagan tells her there is nothing she can do and to go. Schorner is drunk...

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