The Hiding Place - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Corrie ten Boom
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Chapter 15 Summary and Analysis

Three days later after Betsie's death, Corrie almost does not respond when she hears her name at roll call. She learns of her release, pending inspection. Due to edema in her feet, she must stay in the infirmary, waiting for the swelling to dissipate. On Christmas Day, she is in the hospital, pleading with a gypsy woman for the bedpan for another in need.

Finally, she is released. She must sign a statement that the care in Ravensbruck was good, and then she receives some meal vouchers and her valuables. By train, Corrie reaches Berlin on January 1st, 1945. She realizes that Betsie's dream as correct. They were both free of the death camp by the New Year. Corrie, so severely institutionalized, can barely function. Her money, she learns, is no good here. German looks like a wasteland from so many years...

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