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Journey Into the Whirlwind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part I, Chapter 35, Bright Nights and Dark Days Summary

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Part I, Chapter 35, Bright Nights and Dark Days Summary and Analysis

In Part I, Chapter 35, Ginzburg and Julia talk for twenty hours a day. Slowly this dies away until both of them sit in silence. They both wonder whether or not they will make it out of the prison alive. But their sadness is broken up by news that the library is now reopened, Ginzburg and Julia happily begin reading. Ginzburg remarks that it is interesting prison libraries should keep copies of publicly-banned books.

Ginzburg and Julia both discover that it is difficult to read in dark cells, so they develop a careful system of reading at night by electric light and sleeping in sitting positions during the day.

As in most situations, Ginzburg and Julia are able to use their resourcefulness to correct a problem. Poor daylight in the prison cell...

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