Here in Berlin - Doppelgänger, Reichstag, Tango, Flowers, Amnesia, Antiques, the Visitor, Preachers, Breeder of Gods Summary & Analysis

Cristina Garcia
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In “Doppelgänger,” narrator Dagmar Trapp tells the Visitor about having been mistaken for Eva Braun as a young woman. After Braun killed herself, the sight of Trapp around Berlin fueled speculation that Hitler's wife was in fact still alive. She believes this likeness ruined her life, as she thrice divorced husbands who had fantasies of Braun, and later felt compelled to dye her hair and gain weight to put an end to the comparisons.

Next, the Visitor speaks to a Dr. Maria Elena Molina in the chapter called “Reichstag.” Dr. Molina is a historian, and she tells the Visitor about her grandfather, a Spanish soldier who fought with the Nazis to defend the Reichstag, a Nazi stronghold, as the Soviets invaded Berlin. He disappeared shortly thereafter, but Dr. Molina's grandmother kept...

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