Mother Night - Chapter 16-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16-18 Summary

Helga and the narrator immediately caught up for lost time and the narrator introduced her to his good friend Kraft. It turns out that the Minuteman paper has a small circulation in West Germany and coincidentally, the narrator's wife just turned up as a refugee there. She got in touch with Dr. Jones and that is what brought her back into the narrator's life. For the past 15 years, Helga did anything she could just to survive. She worked as part of a labor group for a few years. She spent some time in jail and was sent to Siberia to be an interpreter at a huge prisoner-of-war camp.

Dr. Jones interrupts the happy couple and says that it was the monetary donations of thanks from many of the narrator's supporters that paid the way for Helga to return to him. The...

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