The Unbearable Lightness of Being - Part 6, Chapters 24-29 Summary & Analysis

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Part 6, Chapters 24-29 Summary

Simon, Tomas's son, hears that Tomas and his wife were killed in an automobile accident. He learns about Sabina and begins writing her long letters. Simon is attempting to try to have someone interested in his life. Over the years, Sabina stops reading the letters. She thinks about the death of Tomas and Tereza, and their bodies buried in the ground under all of that weight of the earth. She declares in her will that she wishes to be cremated and her ashes scattered in the winds. She chooses lightness as opposed to the weight that Tomas and Tereza are under.

Franz comes to realize that he loves the bookish girl with the glasses and wants to leave Cambodia immediately. He is attacked and left for dead. When he wakes up, he is in a hospital in Geneva and Marie-Claude is there. Although...

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