In Solitary Witness - Study Guide The New Man, From Enns to Berlin Summary & Analysis

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In "The New Man," the author notes that some people feel that Jagerstatter's change was fairly sudden but that others think the change was gradual. One group says Franz marries in 1936 and that he takes a honeymoon trip to Rome with his bride. There, the couple are in an audience that sees the pope. Some people feel this makes a tremendous change in Jagerstatter and that seeing the pope is responsible for the change but others feel his marriage prompts the change. It seems likely that the change occurred prior to both of these events and some suggest that he made a previous trip to Rome. The author believes that the change happened prior to his marriage and that his choice of a pious wife in keeping with this new focus in his...

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