Lucky Us - Part Two, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Amy Bloom
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Never a Day Goes By

The chapter begins with a letter from Gus..who is now going by the name Karl.

The year is 1944, and Gus writes that the administrators of the camp offered all of the camp prisoners one way tickets to Germany if they wanted to go back. Gus's new wife, Greta, was originally from Germany and still has family there. They will offer to take the administration up on their one way tickets back to Germany, he writes.

There is another letter dated five months later. Gus writes that they have been living on Ellis Island for two weeks, packed in tight with other immigrants. He says that many of the other immigrants are Germans that had been living in South America and had been abducted and sent to Ellis Island for processing, whatever that means, he says. There...

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