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The Last of the Just Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3, Stillenstadt, Part 6 Summary

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Chapter 3, Stillenstadt, Part 6 Summary

Mordecai says Benjamin has to tell the girl's family who they really are. Benjamin refuses and says he will tell his sons when they become men. Judith asks God to spare them from having a Just Man. Mordecai parts emotionally from his son and lets go of his dream of a Just Man in the family. Benjamin's wife is simple but she realizes her only purpose is to bear the legacy of the Levys. Benjamin's mother wants to raise their children. The couple do not express their love to each other except when death is imminent at the concentration camp. In doing so, Judith, who never before wanted it, aligns herself solidly with the Levys. The child, Moritz, involves himself in the street gangs. Moritz feels Christians and Jews should be happily united.

Chapter 3, Stillenstadt, Part 6 Analysis

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