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The Reader - Part 3, Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 9 Summary

Hanna will be released one week after Michael's visit. During that time, he finds and rents a furnished apartment where Hanna will be able to live. He locates a job for her, and takes care of many of the small aspects that are necessary for a prisoner when leaving prison. He performs the actions mechanically with a feeling of resigned duty. He calls the warden and discusses the future. He then talks to Hanna and asks her how she would like to handle the release and relocation. Hanna jokingly tells Michael to plan it all out because, she says, he likes to plan things. Her lighthearted attitude and comments angers Michael, and he curtly ends their conversation. Michael notices that her voice, over the telephone, sounds the same as it did many decades ago.

Part 3, Chapter 9 Analysis

Michael performs his assumed responsibilities competently, but without...

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