The Aftermath - Chapters 4 – 6 Summary & Analysis

Rhidian Brook
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Chapter 4 turns to Freda, who pees in her chamber pot and then delivers it to Edmund in his (her old) room. Later, she goes to school, where the British have instituted lesson plans wiping the children’s minds clean of Nazi ideology. Freda is angry and misses her mother. After their lessons, the older children assist with the labor of rubble clearance, and Freda meets a young man named Albert. The laborers find two skeletons frozen in the position of intercourse beneath the debris. Meanwhile, Rachel is back home, dictating décor changes to the maid. Stefan Lubert is friendly with her and she cuts their discourse short, making it clear that she is uncomfortable with their living arrangements and only wishes to be civil with him and communicate what is essential. Meanwhile, at the office, Lewis interviews a charming woman named Ursula for...

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