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Daniel's Story - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

In part two, Matas jumps ahead about three years to August of 1944. Daniel is now seventeen and once again on a train. Rather than riding in a passenger car, as he did on his trip from Frankfurt to Lodz, he is now traveling with a hundred people packed into a freight car. He was told that they are going to a work camp. However, he is unsure if it is true, because the Nazis are constantly lying to the Jews. He wonders if this train ride will be his last. Will he be shot? Buried alive? Or will some other unimaginable method of murder be used?

He left his photo album in Lodz, but has brought along a few photos. He pulls them out of his boot and holds them so that the light shining in through a crack in the wall allows him to see the...

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