I Have Lived a Thousand Years: Growing Up in the Holocaust - Study Guide Pages 183 through 223 Summary & Analysis

Livia Bitton-Jackson
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In "The Lost Game," everyone is loaded onto a train with some two hundred cars at the Muhldorf train station. There are rumors as to where they are going but no one knows for certain. Elli and Laura are together but they have lost sight of Bubi. The train alternately moves and stops, though the prisoners are given nothing to eat or drink. Then the train stops at a cornfield and someone opens the boxcar doors, saying that they are free. They are near a cornfield and some people rush to the fields, eating raw ears of corn or even the leaves from the plants. Others rush toward a nearby hamlet but Laura refuses to do either, walking along the tracks in search of Bubi. They find him walking along the tracks in search of them and are just deciding what to do...

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