Exodus - Book 4, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Book 4, Chapter 3 Summary

Karen has tea waiting when Kitty comes in from the snowfall on Christmas Eve. The Hansens have sent a present, which has Karen recalling Danish celebrations. Since her husband and daughter died, Kitty has ignored the holiday, but today she tells Karen that she believes one cannot be a Christian without also being a Jew. She can finally give without reservation or hope of compensation. Karen confides that she feels close to Jesus here. Karen dresses for guard duty as carolers, who have been practicing two weeks, appear, singing "Silent Night" in Hebrew, the finest present Kitty has ever received. Relieving a guard at the outer trenches, Karen sees movement and challenges the intruder. It is Dov. They run into each other's arms. He wants to come back to Gan Dafna but is afraid his thievery will be held against him...

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