Incident at Vichy: A Play - Section 5: pages 40-48 Summary & Analysis

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Section 5: pages 40-48 Summary

The boy asks if they will let Von Berg go, and Von Berg responds affirmatively if this is about catching Jews, so the boy asks him to return the ring to his mother. Von Berg agrees to try to help Leduc, but Leduc insists it is hopeless since Lebeau is weak with hunger and the boy is too light; "I wanted to get away, not just slaughtered" (page 40). Monceau claims Leduc cannot bait him, and when Leduc asks if he is religious and he says no, Leduc asks why Monceau wants to be sacrificed as he is the only other able-bodied man but has no impulse to do anything to better their situation. Monceau refuses to play the role of the victim because he believes they will accept his papers, and if he is thrown into a freight car...

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