Echo - Part One, Chapters 16-29 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 16, two men arrive. Rudolph sits on the conservatory board. Josef is the Jewish teacher. Friedrich plays a piece on the harmonica first. Josef says it is beautiful and remarks on the unusual sound. Rudolph says the harmonica is a toy and that it is not sanctioned by the Nazi Party. Rudolph realizes he knows Josef and that Josef is a Jew. He makes it clear that he supports the Nazis, saying his brother is an official and that Anselm from the factory is his nephew. He leaves, saying Martin has made a decision about which side he is on.

Josef also prepares to leave, saying people talk about situations and that he does not want to cause problems for Martin. When he is gone, Friedrich asks his father what will happen next. Martin says he will certainly be questioned...

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