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The Story of the Trapp Family Singers - Part Two: Chapter VI, In Sight of the Statue of Liberty Summary & Analysis

Maria von Trapp
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Part Two: Chapter VI, In Sight of the Statue of Liberty Summary and Analysis

Maria quotes Jesus, "Be not solicitous" which she interprets as "Don't worry", because it makes no sense to worry. They are a family of thirteen, who for months to come has no home or country. Six concerts "would provide for three weeks' living". They have no friends in Scandinavia. The don't know the language. War is in the air. Maria notes humorously that God could have shown them his plan ahead of time, since He fixed for enough concerts, money, and helpful people to come to the family's aid in the nick of time. "But then we . . . would not have learned that valuable lesson, so He left us in the dark . . ."

In September, 1939, foreigners are asked to leave, borders are closed...

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