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The Reader - Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary

Michael visits the Struthof-Natzweiler concentration camp and examines the layout and construction of the camp. While walking in the camp he remembers how Hanna always called him 'kid,' and he mentally connects his experiences to the other children that read to Hanna. Over the next days, he continues to try to make sense of Hanna's life and actions. He returns home and spends some days contemplating his own life.

Part 2, Chapter 15 Analysis

Chapter 15 contains a brief description of the Struthof-Natzweiler concentration camp. Michael had intended to visit Auschwitz, instead, but realized he would likely not have enough time to travel to and from the distant concentration camp. The visit helps put Michael into the context of the concentration camps but does not assist him to better understand Hanna.

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