Part 2: 1935, Pages 132-157 Summary
"A Letter Not Sent" is the title of the next chapter. It is a letter written by Miriam to her father, who has been taken away. She does not know where he is, and cannot send the letter, but writes it nonetheless. She describes living with Daniel's family. Daniel is rude to her, but does sometimes walk with her. She mentions his friend, Armin, who seems to be attracted to her.
The next chapter is called "At Soccer Practice." Daniel enjoys playing soccer and has been given a good position on his team because of his speed. As practice begins, his teammate Jurgen makes some remarks about Daniel and his possible Jewish background. Daniel ignores it at first, but Jurgen is persistent and finally knocks Daniel down and starts a fight. Armin comes to Daniel's defense, but Daniel admits that he is half-Jewish. Armin is astonished that Daniel...