Mother Night - Chapter 28-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28-30 Summary

The narrator goes to find Kraft, who is busy target shooting. The narrator finds that he is shooting at a Nazi propaganda caricature of a Jew. The narrator recognizes the target because it was something that he drew. He remembers that he wasn't asked to draw the target. He drew it in an effort to be a more convincing Nazi. It soon became the most popular piece of recognizable propaganda. The Nazi soldiers used it for target practice and refused to use anything else. The narrator starts discussing the escape plans with Kraft. They discuss where to start a new life. Kraft talks about what a true friendship they have and the narrator agrees.

As the narrator was nursed back to health in Dr. Jones' basement, Kraft and Resi kept him company. News came that Israel had stepped up its demands...

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