Summer of My German Soldier - Chapters 15-16 Summary & Analysis

Bette Greene
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Chapter 15. While Sister Parker tends to Patty in the back of the store, Mr. Bergen calls the Sheriff. Mrs. Bergen is concerned, wanting to know what the trouble is. She and Mr. Bergen begin to argue. Patty is in pain and nauseated. She realizes her father has her ring. She steels herself not to cooperate with anyone until her ring is returned.

The sheriff arrives, and her father demands she speak to him. The sheriff asks to speak to Patty alone, but Mr. Bergen refuses to leave. The sheriff attempts to speak with Patty gently, but her father continues to interrupt. She asks the sheriff if she can have her ring. At first Mr. Bergen refuses, but complies when the sheriff insists. He tells Patty the ring is hers, and she can keep it. The sheriff has Patty repeat her tale, and asks if the man hurt her or touched...

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