Sarah's Key - Pages 59-122 Summary & Analysis

Tatiana de Rosnay
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Paris 1942

The girl did not know how long she had been at this place. At times, the girl becomes ill, and her father tries to comfort her as best he could. After a few days, orders are shouted through loudspeakers, ordering people to take their belongings and go to the entrance. The people are weak but manage to do as they are told. The little girl wonders if they are going to be sent home.

The people are ordered to walk down a street where they are stared at like sideshow freaks. A woman gives a roll to the little girl.

The people are transported by bus to a nearby train station. The father says there is nothing they could do about the situation. The girl is sad and angry, wondering if her father does not care about his four-year-old son. The father tries to...

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