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The Glass Room - Part 3, Chapters Dissolution -Lanik, pp 311-334 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapters Dissolution -Lanik, pp 311-334 Summary

Unfortunately for Stahl, the Biometric Center and the old Landauer House is shut down in Dissolution. The narration switches over to Liesel who dreams of Hana all the time. She also dreams of Kata and of the house she was forced to leave behind. One day, she receives a disturbing letter from her mother. Who calls the Nazis "her people." She also mentions that both Hana and Oskar were sent away. While Liesel stay at home, Viktor is rarely home. He spends most of his time working on business or trying to find Kata. When Viktor asks to sleep with Liesel, she agrees, but knows he thinks of Kata.

In "Lanik," the author switches over to the land keeper that has always refused to leave the Landauer House. Since the beginning of the war, he has hoarded...

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