The Beekeeper of Aleppo - Chapters 12 – 14, Author’s Note Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 opens in London. The day after the refugees have their interviews, they discuss the interviews with each other. Diomande is unsure how confident to feel. He tried to emphasize the elements of danger he faced, such as imprisonment, beatings, and armed conflict. Later, Nuri sends an e-mail to Mustafa telling him that he and Afra have arrived in London. Nuri then sees Mohammed and speaks to him. Mohammed runs to the front door of the building and opens it. Nuri is shocked to see not London, but the bomb-riddled landscape of Aleppo. The narrative then shifts back to Nuri and Afra in Greece. They lived in the smuggler’s apartment for a month, while Nuri worked as a delivery driver for the man. The smuggler had adopted the Greek name Constantinos Fotakis. Fotakis and his associates forged passports for Nuri...

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