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

Aidan Chambers
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Chapter Eighteen (Jacob) Summary

Jacob wakes in the morning with a spring in his step, obviously pleased about his new relationship with Hille. Ton calls and invites Jacob out for the day, and surprisingly, Jacob accepts. The two spend the afternoon on a boat, exploring the city of Amsterdam from the river. While they are out, Ton tells Jacob the story of coming out to his family. His mother accepted him, but his father kicked him out of the house. Now, he pays Ton to stay away from the family, and Ton visits with his mother once a month. As they are passing down the river, Jacob begins to recognize landmarks from his first few days in the city, including the street where Alma lives. He and Ton stop at a chocolate shop to buy a thank-you gift for Alma.

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