The Hiding Place - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Corrie ten Boom
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Chapter 8 Summary and Analysis

For one and a half years now, Corrie and her family have led their double lives. Daily, Corrie fears a mistake on someone's part. First, authorities raid Nollie's home. They arrest her for housing a Jewish girl as her maid. Sticking to her vow to always tell the truth, Nollie admits that the woman is a Jew. From prison, Nollie tells Corrie that God will honor her honesty. In fact, before they take Annalliese away, sympathizers of the Jews raid the holding area and Annailliese escapes. Mietje, the cleaning woman that Corrie helped, frequently takes messages between Corrie and Nollie. Through her friends in the underground, Corrie learns that the doctor who cares for the prisoners in Nollie's prison can sometimes be sympathetic. She visits him, complimenting his dogs, and finally pleading for her sister's freedom, citing the need of Nollie's...

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