Echo - Part Four, Chapters 1-3; Final Untitled Chapter Summary & Analysis

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Part Four is titled “April 1951, New York City, New York, U.S.A.” The notes and words to Some Enchanted Evening appear on the opening page. In Chapter One, Friedrich seats his father and Uncle Gunter at Carnegie Hall where the Empire Philharmonic orchestra will perform. Friedrich is the conductor. Martin says he wishes Elisabeth were with them. She continues to be a nurse and has worked in various hospitals, including with prisoners-of-war. Friedrich and Martin agree that it does not seem that 18 years have passed.

On that day in Germany, Friedrich pretended to conduct the orchestra which made the soldiers mad. But the train was pulling out of the station and they had to get off the train. At Dachau, the commander accepted the bribe. Friedrich was horrified at his father's condition. They had to remain in...

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