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Chapter 41, The Dust Summary

Thérèse runs across the backyard. She does not notice Léonie, who is trying to avoid Louis' return. Baptiste arrives. He and Léonie have a strained conversation, and then Baptiste tells Léonie that he has something to show her. Léonie insists on going ahead of Baptiste up the back stairs. Downstairs, the adults help Louis settle into his new bedroom. Baptiste leads Léonie to her old bedroom. This is the room where the Jewish family was kept the night before the murders. Léonie feels dizzy and nauseous. She feels that she is too young for this information, and she is sick of the adults' secrets. Baptiste expresses his anger at the Germans for killing his father. He tells Léonie that the curé does not want...

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