Finding Rebecca - Chapters 6-18 Summary & Analysis

Eoin Dempsey
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Chapter 6 begins three years later in 1937 when Uli, Christopher’s uncle and Stefan’s brother, returns from Germany. Christopher is 19 years old and he has become an accountant, working for his father. Uli says Germany is nothing like it used to be, but that there are a lot of exciting opportunities for accountants there. Uli, Christopher, Alexandra, and Stefan have a lively family dinner. Uli speaks of support for Hitler and the way the Fuhrer is running the German government, but Stefan speaks against Hitler’s theories and ideals, citing his interaction with good Jews during The Great War (World War I).

Christopher leaves the room for a moment and upon returning, overhears his father and Uli talking about letters that came from Rebecca after she had run away to London. Christopher had never received the letters because his father thought it would...

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