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In Solitary Witness Chapter Summary & Analysis - An Introduction, St. Radegund, and the Young Ruffian Summary

Gordon Zahn
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An Introduction, St. Radegund, and the Young Ruffian Summary and Analysis

The first chapter is titled "Franz Jagerstatter: An Introduction." In this chapter, the author describes how he conducted the research. The author also discusses the people he interviewed and how those people were connected with Jagerstatter. Finally, the author asks the reader to carefully consider the information provided and to keep in mind that the "sensitive" reader will gain an understanding deeper than the words presented by the author.

The second chapter, "St. Radegund," is a description of Jagerstatter's background, including his home village of St. Radegund. The town lies about a mile from the highway that leads to towns such as Salzburg. The town hosts a passion play and the author notes that it is ironic that Jagerstatter plays the role of a soldier during one of those plays. The...

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