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The Reader - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 13 Summary

Michael completes the 10th grade and moves on to the 11th grade. His classes are shuffled such that he finds himself with a group of students with whom he is largely unacquainted. He sits next to a young girl named Sophie. Michael and Sophie develop a rapport, which gradually becomes a type of infatuated friendship normal for their age, now 16, even while he continues his daily encounters with Hanna.

Part 1, Chapter 13 Analysis

This short chapter places Michael within the context of his life beyond Hanna. He spends, perhaps, one or two hours most days with Hanna, reading, bathing, and having sex. Of course, he spends far more time in school and with his family. His burgeoning relationship with Sophie is hampered and ultimately destroyed by his strange attachment to Hanna.

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