Sarah's Key - Pages 123-179 Summary & Analysis

Tatiana de Rosnay
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Paris 1942

The DuFaures are worried that the doctor has called the police. They try to carry Rachel downstairs but the girl is too weak. That night, police come to the door. Sirka is told to hide in a potato sack in the basement.

No matter what the DuFaures say or do, there is no way to deter the police from taking Rachel. The officers begin to search the basement but are distracted when Mrs. DuFaure offers them wine and pate. The DuFaures protest that they were not hiding Rachel. The police take Rachel but leave the DuFaures alone.

Sirka declares that she wants to be called Sarah.

The next morning Sarah tells the DuFaures she is going to Paris. They try to dissuade her. Eventually, the older couple decides to take Sarah to Paris. There are some close calls along the way, but they make...

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