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Daniel's Story - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Continuing to remember, Daniel tells of a package coming in the mail from Dachau. When they open it, Daniel is confused that the box holds only ashes. Then he understands: Uncle Peter is dead and the Nazis have sent them this. The whole family is devastated and Daniel can no longer imagine a future. His mother continues to try to find a way for their family to leave the country. As summer passes, Daniel begins to feel ready for school to start. Now they are forced to wear a yellow star imprinted with "Jew" on their clothing. A month later they are being deported so they are crowded together to wait for the trains. They are body searched, humiliated and Daniel feels helpless. Even though he is afraid as the train makes its first stop at the ghetto in Lodz, Poland, Daniel is determined to continue to defy...

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