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Journey Into the Whirlwind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part I, Chapter 48, The Ruins of Sclusselburg Summary

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Part I, Chapter 48, The Ruins of Sclusselburg Summary and Analysis

In Part I, Chapter 48, when Ginzburg and the others are transferred in July 1939, they are no longer permitted to do anything alone. Everything must be done together, from bathing to to eating. They are sent to the train station, and loaded up.

Instead of doing everything alone, the women must now do anything together. This creates a sense of happy unity among the prisoners that they have been without since their imprisonment. They do everything from bathe to eat together, and they are transported to the train together as well where they are loaded up and sent off to an unknown destination.

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