Suite Française - Part 1, Storm In June: Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

Irène Némirovsky
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Part 1, Storm In June: Chapter 28 Summary

The Michauds, having never made it to Tours, return to Paris, astonished to find their apartment still intact with the exception of a broken elevator. News of the armistice brings a bitter feeling to Maurice, who was injured in the war of 1914. Jeanne is thrilled to return to her humble home, even though her son is missing. It occurs to Jeanne that they both may have lost their jobs at the bank, and they agree that their employers are the worst bastards, but they decide to just enjoy being home. They fall asleep holding hands.

The Count de Furieres, unscathed by the war and married into the very wealthy Salomon-Worms family, had accepted the position of Director of the Corbin bank. Although he and Corbin do not necessarily like one another, having come from very...

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