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

Rachel Seiffert
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"Micha," Home, Winter 1998 Summary

Micha is now a father, following the birth of his new daughter, Dilan Lehner. His family comes to visit, and Micha finds he is uncomfortable around them. Mutti asks Micha to call his Oma, and he declines. Luise offers to call her, and Micha angrily replies that he will not associate with her, since she covered up Opa's war actions. Mina sends both of them from the room.

At Christmas, Micha still refuses to see his Oma. He and Luise again argue, and Luise exclaims that Mutti and Vati know the truth, so Micha can leave it alone. Micha replies that they still are not facing the truth and Luise points out that simply because they do not shout about it all day, as he does, does not mean they do not accept the truth. Micha himself is having difficulty concentrating...

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