Our Endless Numbered Days - Section 4, pages 229-302 Summary & Analysis

Claire Fuller
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This section begins with Peggy narrating her present moment, describing how Ute bought her “new sets” of clothing as soon as she returned (229). Looking at her room, Peggy thinks everything “belonged to a different person, someone whose bedroom I had temporarily taken over until I could return to the forest” (231). Peggy’s old principal, Mrs. Cass, visits her in her bedroom, and Peggy begins panicking, saying “there isn’t any air in this house,” and sticking her head through the window so she can breathe (233).

The narration then switches to Punzel’s experience in die Hütte. An unspecified amount of time has passed, but Punzel is now a teenager, discovering Phyllis under her bed and saying she “had other things to do than play with dolls” (235). Punzel describes her chores such as checking traps and cutting wood, and realizes then that...

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