Summer of My German Soldier - Study Guide Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Bette Greene
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Chapter 8 Summary

The next morning, Patty reads about the Nazi saboteurs in the paper. She also reads a proclamation that states that spies will be put to death. She is scared that she may be accused of helping a Nazi. After breakfast, she fills a bag with food for Anton and takes it to the hideout. They talk about his family and his great love for his mother. Anton tells her that he dislikes Hitler and the Nazi agenda. He also explains that he used the fake diamonds from the pin he bought at the store to aid in his escape. He gave them to a guard who believed they were real. He asks Patty why a Jewish girl is helping him. She simply says she would not want anything bad to happen to him. He seems to understand and accepts her reasoning.

Chapter 8 Analysis

Someone is finally talking...

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