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

Rachel Seiffert
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"Micha," Home, Spring Summary

Dilan is walking next to Micha. She trips and falls, and Micha sooths her, wanting no tears on this day. As father and daughter walk, Micha explains to his young daughter that if they look upwards toward the white high-rise building, they will see Oma Kaethe waving to them. Dilan accepts this new family member unconditionally, and Micha is pained to see this unfaltering acceptance. Lifting her to his shoulders, Micha asks Dilan if she can see Oma, and she hesitantly replies that she can. Micha, looking up, can see his Oma waving to her grandson and great-granddaughter.

"Micha," Home, Spring Analysis

Following his revelation about unconditional love and acceptance, Micha takes his young daughter to see his grandmother. He is able to watch as his young daughter, unencumbered by the knowledge of war, discrimination, murder, and fear, accepts his grandmother...

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