Mischling - "Come Make Me Happy," "She Said She Would Never Leave Me But" Summary & Analysis

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Stasha is playing cards with Bruna, who has colored her white hair with coal to look less conspicuous. When Bruna accuses her of cheating, Stasha thinks she is talking about her immortality, her cheating of death. She tells Bruna that she misses Patient, and Bruna admits that she does too, and then she gives Stasha a sweater she stole.

There is to be a concert by the women's orchestra, and Pearl is cleaning up the younger girls and fixing their hair because she is worried there will be a selection (this is the Nazis' term for taking the ill and injured prisoners to the crematorium). Stasha can sense Pearl's ongoing pain, but cannot navigate it exactly as she could have once done, which she finds troubling. She thinks perhaps someone will be at...

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