The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse - Part 2, Chapter 3, The Retreat Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 3, The Retreat Summary

Elena von Hartrott is forced by the war to remain in France with the Desnoyers family. This fact is an irritant to Marcelo, because Elena has strong opinions about the German side of the war and she is not shy to share them. At first it is her habit to share these opinions at the dinner table, but Marcelo put an end to that. Then Elena began sharing her opinions with Luisa who would later share them with Marcelo. Marcelo wants Elena to turn into her husband so that he can deal with her man on man. Chichi too has opinions about the war. Chichi imagines herself fighting along side the men or being employed as an assassin, often practicing her knife thrusts in front of the mirror. Luisa is scandalized by her daughter's behavior.

Belgian refugees begin flooding into Paris...

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