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The Last of the Just - Study Guide Chapter 7, The Marriage of Ernie Levy Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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After their "marriage," and Ernie walks Golda back to her apartment, he returns to his apartment, sleeps deeply and awakens to find bits of Golda's hair. He is happy and all day at work thinks about their future. Ernie decides that they will live and love for as long as they can. Golda does not appear at his workplace by noon, and Ernie runs to her apartment. He sees the German notice on Golda's door. The concierge tosses him Golda's harmonica that one of the soldiers stomped on. Golda had begged the concierge to give it to "the young man." Ernie is not going to sit and wait for the hand of God to deal the next round. He travels to Drancy, a name that puts chills in the hearts of children. Ernie contemplates the...

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