Postcards from No Man's Land - Chapter Six (Jacob) Summary & Analysis

Aidan Chambers
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Chapter Six (Jacob) Summary

Jacob meets up with Daan van Riet, the son of the family he initially stayed with while visiting Amsterdam. He has heard that bringing flowers is common courtesy when visiting someone's home in the Netherlands, so he stops and purchases a single sunflower with the money Alma gave to him. Daan lives in a stunning apartment, which he says truly belongs to his grandmother, Geertrui. Geertrui is in the hospital. The two young men share a quick meal and remenisce about the time Daan and his parents visited Jacob and his parents many years ago. Daan remembers the visit fondly, but Jacob has no recollection of it. Although Daan is friendly, Jacob still feels like he is hiding something, and that Jacob is inconveniencing him. He was supposed to be staying with Daan's parents, but after the mugging, Daan's...

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