Burial Rites - Chapters 10-11 Summary & Analysis

Hannah Kent
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Chapter Ten

April 13, 1828

An anonymous clerk wrote up the deposition of Rosa Gudmundsdottir who testified that Agnes spoke well about her master Natan. The baby she had with him was three now and wondered where he was. She knew that Natan had a considerable amount of money. She did not know Agnes or Sigga. Fridrik expressed his desire for her but she rejected him. He had wanted to stay at Rosa’s because Natan told him that she had hidden some of his money there in the storeroom. Natan told him he could have it if he could find it. However, Rosa did not keep money for Natan in the storeroom. Fridrik was allowed into the storeroom and tore it apart looking for the money to no avail. After that he hated Natan. She noted that Natan would often bury money in the...

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