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Every Man Dies Alone - Part 3: Chapters 43 - 50 Summary & Analysis

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The author begins this section with Eva Kluge now living alone and working in the country. She does farm work, sewing, sheep shearing and provides nursing care to the villagers. She is also enjoying the company of the substitute school teacher, Herr Kienschaper. The couple walk through the fields and orchards together in the evenings, he plays the organ for her and they enjoy all their meals together as well. Eva is content in her new life. One morning, she looks up from her weeding and is ready to eat her breakfast of bread and coffee which she has brought with her to the field. She sees a boy of about 14 hungrily gobbling down her food. She quietly approaches him and begins a conversation, suggesting that she could also wash him up a bit and perhaps find new clothes for him as...

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