Exodus - Book 3, Chapters 7-10 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapters 7-10 Summary

In the late spring of 1947, Jewish organizations accept a neutral committee investigating claims and making recommendations to the U.N. General Assembly, but the Arabs use all means to prevent this. Kitty is cultivating Karen's dependency as Karen takes part in arms smuggling, searches for her father with lowered optimism and keeps in touch with the Hansens, who accept that she is lost to them. Dov is a classic manic-depressive who feels guilty about imposing himself on Karen. Lieberman too grows dependent on Kitty, who is more comfortable at Sutherland's villa. Harriet tries to transfer Kitty to a new youth settlement in Tel Aviv, but she is comfortable in her apolitical situation. Gan Dafna's cycle of spring festivals helps the Jews identify with their heritage, but the final one, Shavuot, disappoints when Taha and fellow Arabs stay away. On...

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