By the Rivers of Babylon - Book Three, Babylon, The Ishtar Gate: Chapters 30-33 Summary & Analysis

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Book Three, Babylon, The Ishtar Gate: Chapters 30-33 Summary

Dobkin finds his way to the museum and enters. He finds Deborah Gideon in the office, barely alive, but can spare no time for her. He quickly takes the phone and has a call routed to the Prime Minister in Israel.

Hausner and Burg discuss what to do when the ammunition is almost gone. They realize that some of those left on the hill have formed a suicide pact. Bernstein suggests fighting on the river side, and fleeing down the river. When asked what to do about the wounded, she states that they are lost either way. Burg comments that she has come a long way. Bernstein admits that it is strange coming from her, and that she has changed. Hausner comments that he still believes that Laskov will keep to his word...

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