The Dark Room - "Micha," Home, Spring 1998 Summary & Analysis

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"Micha," Home, Spring 1998 Summary

Back at home, Micha and Mina discover she is pregnant, and are happy, but Micha now finds that he is unable to look at the photo of Opa. When he attempts to return the picture to his Oma's photo album, he finds he is unable to see the images as he did previously. Now, he can only see his grandfather as a soldier. When his educational institution commemorates the liberation of the camps, Micha is enraged at the way in which the children are taught about the occupations. As Micha tells Mina, he believes the children should be taught about those who committed these atrocious acts, not simply about the survivor stories. Mina is angry that Micha appears to blame all Germans for their parents' and grandparents' actions.

Micha goes to see his uncle Bernd to discuss Opa and asks about...

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