Lucky Us - Part Three, Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

Amy Bloom
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There is a letter from Gus included. It is dated August of 1945. He’s still in Germany. He writes that he’s converted to Judaism and that he still wonders about her from time to time. He doesn’t miss anyone else in the United State, but he does miss Eva, who was always very kind and intelligent, and genuine. He writes that the conditions where he is are deplorable. The lice infestation is the worst, and there seems to be no way to get rid of them. People are still dying even though the war is over. There’s no food or medicine. Almost everyone has some sort of injury. He writes that in the midst of all the suffering there are still people who are all about deceiving those around them in order to take even the smallest items that...

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