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Sarah's Key Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 180-240 Summary

Tatiana de Rosnay
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Pages 180-240 Summary

Paris 2002

Nathalie DuFaure calls Julia and says her grandfather is eager to meet and discuss Sarah.

Julia decides not to have the abortion. She leaves the clinic and goes to the rue Nélaton where thousands of people had gathered - friends, family, rabbis, and survivors.

Julia tells Charla that she is going to have the baby. The sisters wonder how Bertrand will react.

Julia goes to Orléans to meet with Gaspard DuFaure, the grandson of Jules and Geneviève. Gaspard tells Julia that Sarah was not a happy person; she grew into a melancholy young woman. No one in the family knew that Sarah was a Jewish refugee. Gaspard found out forty years after the fact. Sarah left France in 1952 to become a nanny in the United States. She kept in touch until 1955 and then disappeared. Sarah never spoke to the DuFaures again...

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