Mischling - “The Keeper of Time and Memory,” “Bear and Jackal,” “My Other Birth” Summary & Analysis

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The novel returns to Pearl's perspective, but she is vastly altered. She is in a cage in Mengele's lab. She does not remember who she is, but she heard the sounds of Auschwitz being liberated, and then the voices of her mother and Zayde telling her to play the Classification of Living Things game and take on the qualities of different animals, including an ant and a chimp, which she attempts to do. She sees a carrier pigeon outside on the windowsill, an animal she relates to because of its prior captivity.

In Chapter 11, Stasha and Feliks are making their way through a forest. They continue to fantasize about killing Mengele. Feliks claims to have heard Mengele say something about the Warsaw Zoo, so they decide to make that their destination.

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