Laughter in the Dark - Study Guide Chapters 28-30 Summary & Analysis

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Albert spends the next day trying to get an address for Udo and on the third day finds him while on a walk, after Margot refuses a day trip. Albert tells about the separation and Irma's death, but decides against mentioning Margot. When Albert mentions Mussolini, Udo does not recognize the name. They discuss Udo's last novel and how, given Germans' literary tastes Udo will be forgotten as a writer. Udo laughs about how, when he runs into Germans abroad, they always assume no one understands their chatting—like Albert's companions, who seem happy he is left behind. After discussing Baum's book, Udo begs the need to write. Colliding on the way home, with a retired French colonel who asks the whereabouts of the lovers who cuddle in the garden beneath his window, Albert returns to Udo and hears the bus conversation characterizes as...

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