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Salt to the Sea - Section 5: Alfred, Florian, Joana, Emilia, Alfred, Florian, Joana, Alfred, Emilia, Florian, Joana, Alfred, Florian, Joana, Alfred, Emilia, Joana, Florian, Emilia, Alfred, Florian, Joana, Emilia, Alfred, Florian, Joana, Alfred, Emilia, Joana, Florian, Joana, Florian, Emilia, Florian Summary & Analysis

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Emilia: Emilia realizes that she has what the knight wants – the bag – and he has what she wants – her baby. The entire ship lights up before going dark again and finally sinking into the sea. She sees dead people everywhere, including a woman whose skirt makes her appear to “pirouette” and several children. Because they have flipped over it gives a grotesque new meaning to the song “duckies with their heads in the water,” and she is overcome with a feeling of shame.

Alfred: Alfred gives an abbreviated, and rather more sympathetic, account of the entire event to Hannelore.

Florian: Florian realizes that despite the scale of the tragedy it...

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