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The Glass Room Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 5, Chapters Contact-1990, pp 384-414 Summary

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Part 5, Chapters Contact-1990, pp 384-414 Summary

As Contact begins, a man Czechoslovakian man named Vesley makes his way to see the Landauer's in America. He is under strict orders to report back to his seniors at regular intervals. Some thirty years have passed and the Landauers are now the Landors. They changed their names to more easily assimilate into American culture. At the Landor house, Liesel (now Elizabeth), Martin, and Ottilie greet Vesley. The visitor informs the Landors that the Czech government wishes them to attend a ceremony for the House. Apparently some people think it should not be used for a physiotherapy gymnasium. It should be opened to the public. They would like Liesel to attend the ceremony to smooth things over. Martin is very mad and points out that the house was stolen from his family. He thinks thinks the Czechs are using...

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