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Salt to the Sea - Section 4: Florian, Alfred, Joana, Emilia, Florian, Joana, Alfred, Emilia, Florian, Joana, Emilia, Alfred, Florian, Joana, Florian, Joana, Emilia, Florian, Alfred, Joana, Florian, Alfred, Emilia, Florian, Alfred, Joana, Florian, Emilia, Alfred, Florian, Joana, Emilia Summary & Analysis

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Alfred: Alfred gives a far colder account of the departure, shouting to those left behind “Until death, it is all life!” despite thinking of them as unworthy.

Emilia: Emilia recalls the midsummer tradition where young girls and women create candlelit wreaths and send them down the river in the hopes of them reaching their future husbands, and hers tipped over and caught fire, which she seems to view as a bad omen, as it ended up “quietly sealing my fate.” She changes her mind and then wonders if Florian was the one, saying that in Poland “Saint Florian was fighter of fire.”

Alfred: Alfred gets seasick and is mocked for making a...

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