Suite Française - Part 1, Storm In June: Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

Irène Némirovsky
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Part 1 ,Storm In June: Chapter 25 Summary

Father Philippe Pericand is trying to avoid the dangerous Loire area and is leading his group of orphaned boys on a footpath in the woods. One of the boys heartlessly killed a lizard and pretends not to know it was harmless. Philippe still does not like these children and feels their souls are cut off and closed. It is difficult for him to feel love for these poor orphans, and he knows he should.

He attempts to pray or meditate, and hopes to unlock the souls of the boys, but he knows they are hopeless. Philippe wants badly to experience holiness through some sacred act, but knows all he can do is try to save the bodies of these children. They arrive at an abandoned village with well-tended cottages and beautiful gardens. After eating strawberries...

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