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The Ghost Writer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3, Femme Fatale Summary

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Chapter 3, Femme Fatale Summary

Amy calls Lonoff hysterical from a hotel room after seeing a Broadway production of Diary of Anne Frank and begins to tell him her true story. Amy is released from Belsen, a concentration camp, at the end of the war and placed with a foster family. Amy moves from family to family, uncomfortable with the stories they tell about her as though she is some sort of prize because of her experiences. Amy burns her arm to hide the number tattooed into her skin by the Nazis. Amy then writes to Lonoff and convinces him to bring her to the United States.

After learning about the publication of The Diary of Anne Frank, Amy rents a mailbox in a post office in Boston and sends off for a copy of the book. When Amy receives the book, she reads it twice in one...

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