The Dark Room - "Lore," Section 4 (Pages 81-115) Summary & Analysis

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"Lore," Section 4 (Pages 81-115) Summary

Lore has become the sole decision-maker for the family, as she fends for food and shelter. Lore tires of her siblings' constant questions, and shouts, hurting their feelings. In the argument, Lore lies and tells them Vati will be in Hamburg waiting for them. When Liesel becomes ill, Lore finds food from citizens of a village, and finds shelter in a church. Upon waking, they find that the carriage they were using for storage of extra clothing has been stolen in the night. Continuing on, they trade their belongings for beds and warm water to wash with, beg food from farmers, and, when lacking those kind citizens, dig turnips and potatoes from the fields.

In Nuremburg, they reach a shelter, and find space on the floor amidst a mass of other refugees. During the night, one woman speaks of...

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