Summer of My German Soldier - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

Bette Greene
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Chapter 13. Patty contemplates her feelings for Anton compared to those for her father, wondering whom she would more willingly sacrifice. Sharon approaches with her baby doll, and Patty encourages her to rock her doll and tell her she loves her, and Sharon complies. Mr. Bergen arrives home, and drives into the garage. Patty thinks about how, if her father turned Anton into the law, he would finally receive full acceptance from the townspeople. He would be famous and hailed as a hero. She imagines him, afterward, coming to her and offering apologies, approval, and affection. She imagines if she tried, she could be perfect, or at least as sweet as her sister. Heading in for dinner, she tries to be sweet to her parents, but is, again, rebuffed. Patty imagines leaving her parents, and wonders if they would miss her. She realizes it is only...

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