The Hiding Place - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Corrie ten Boom
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Chapter 11 Summary and Analysis

After three months in prison, much of that in solitary confinement, a guard leads Corrie to Lieutenant Rehms for her hearing. She finds him to be a gentle man, though she is suspicious of his pleasant manner, fearing it is manipulation. In the course of his questioning, Corrie shares her faith with Lieutenant Rehms. He soon dismisses her. Soon, though, she meets with the Lieutenant again. He desires to learn more about Corrie's religion, hoping to escape the darkness that surrounds his life. When Corrie asks to see Betsie, Rehms seems generally concerned, though he claims he does not have that kind of power. He does arrange, however, for Corrie to see Betsie in her cell as the guard escorts Corrie back to her cell.

Weekes later, all of the Ten Boom progeny arrive at Rehms' office for the reading of...

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