City of God - Part 7 Summary & Analysis

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Blumenthal narrates the suffocating ride of the Jews in the train car that took them away from Kovno. He describes the removal of individual identity as the Jews are reduced to the status of animals. He describes his own rediscovery of himself as he is able to gaze at the outside world through a hole in the car siding.

Everett has lunch with Sarah Blumenthal and she tells him it was the Yiddish language that led her to become a Rabbi. After his dismissal from his post as priest, Pem decides to go in search of the Kovno diary. Everett follows Pem’s walking path through the city streets of New York. Everett is approached by a movie director who wants him to make a film about a life within a film. Ludwig Wienerschnitzel describes his philosophy that all the values of society must be given...

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