City of God - Part 9 Summary & Analysis

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Everett discovers that Schmitz, the S.S. officer from Kovno, is in the United States using a different name and has been tried for his war crimes. However, the evidence was insufficient to prove he was Schmitz and he was allowed to walk. Everett develops the story of a middle-aged journalist who has worked his life away unappreciated at the Times. At a certain point he simply decides to retire and after a time of experimentation with life he begins to think about the way stories are never finished for a reporter. This ex-Times journalist decides to finish some stories and he hears about the trial of Schmitz.

Sarah and Pem travel to Germany to the site of Joshua Gruen’s murder during his search for the Kovno diaries. Everett inserts here a letter regarding the acquisition and exhibition of items of Judaic history by the...

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