People of the Book - An Insect’s Wing: Sarajevo, 1940 (continued) – Hannah: Vienna, Spring 1996 Summary & Analysis

Geraldine Brooks
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An Insect’s Wing: Sarajevo, 1940 (continued)

While crossing a frozen river, Isak’s foot gets wet and becomes affected by frostbite. Isak becomes unable to walk, and so commits suicide by walking into the middle of the river and falling through the ice. Ina does the same. Lola returns to Sarajevo, knowing she will not be able to make it to liberated territory. She come to the abandoned finance ministry, where her father had worked as a janitor. There, the man who worked alongside her father, Sava, brings her in to warm them up. From there, he brings her to the National Museum, where Serif brings her to stay in his home with Stela. Stela has aged from the stress of the war, but remains warm and friendly. Stela now has a baby boy named Habib...

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