Lucky Us - Part Two, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Amy Bloom
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Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen (Nice work if you can get it)

This chapter starts with a letter from Iris. She is still writing from London. Iris writes about the time in 1943, just shortly after Gus had been taken away. Reenie was despondent because without Gus she would never have a chance to have a child. Iris writes that she was grateful at the time for an orphanage not too far away. However, she also writes, she knows that going through the normal channels to adopt a child would never meet with approval. Single women adopting were frowned upon. Iris writes about how she coerced Eva into going with her to the orphanage every day and standing outside of the fence, looking at the children. They made friends with many of them. Finally, Iris found a child that she felt Reenie would...

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