Suite Française - Part 2, Dolce: Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

Irène Némirovsky
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Part 2, Dolce: Chapter 22 Summary

The Germans leave the village on July 1, 1941, ending friendly relationships and leavng the villagers to wonder what is next. Benoit wants to reconnect with his communist friends in Paris, and Lucile remembers the Michauds, who will house him. Bruno is packing up to leave and gives Lucile a painting. Lucile ponders how we do not really know people until we see them in dire circumstances. She bravely asks Brunot for a travel pass and petrol coupon for a farmer to see his ailing daughter in Paris. One of Bruno's fellow officers volunteers the pass and coupon, and as Lucile prepares to leave, she realizes how much she will miss these men, especially Bruno. She does love him, and asks him to be careful with his life; he tells her his uncle in Paris will help her in any way...

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