The Boy on the Wooden Box - Chapters 6-7 Summary & Analysis

Leon Leyson
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Chapter 6. Leyson was nearly killed one night when he stayed out too late after taking an old woman to the ghetto infirmary. Not long after, word of another roundup spread in the ghetto. Schindler kept his workers in the factory while Leyson hid with the neighbor children. They spent two days hiding in the rafters of a shed with Leyson’s mother. When they finally came out, they found that most of the Jews were gone, including the neighbor children’s mother. Not only that, but Leyson’s father, brother, David, and sister, Pesza had been ordered to the Plaszow work camp.

Leyson and his mother were moved to another section of the ghetto. They were only allowed to take a few possessions. The new section of the ghetto was so crowded that they were forced to live in an attic, sleeping on...

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