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The Glass Room Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part I, Chapters Honeymoon - Commitment, pp. 1-30 Summary

Simon Mawer
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Part I, Chapters Honeymoon - Commitment, pp. 1-30 Summary

The Glass Room by Simon Mawer takes place over the span of 60 years. Starting in the early 1920s before World War II and spanning into the Cold War that gripped Eastern Europe. The story follows the relationship of Liesel and Viktor Landauer and the house they build to share their lives together in. The House becomes the central character in the novel and through the House and experiences that happen there, the story unfolds.

Honeymoon begins with Liesel and Viktor Landauer arriving in Vienna. They have just gotten married and are thrilled to finally be alone together. Liesel feels overwhelmed with being alone with Viktor. Although they new each other before the engagement and she was in love with him, she feels as though she is with a stranger. She and Viktor have...

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