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The Last of the Just - Chapter 8, Never Again, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

André Schwarz-Bart
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Chapter 8, Never Again, Part 2 Summary

Ernie learnshe had been crying in his sleep on the train. Golda is frustrated that she must share Ernie with the children. Ernie reassure her of his love for her, that she is worth more to him than bread, water, salt, fire, even life. The children derive comfort from his word and Ernie realizes that he is needed. An old woman doctor tells Ernie that the child is dead and Ernie says loudly that the boy is only asleep. A little girl tells Ernie that the newly-dead boy is her brother, and Ernie tells her they are going to the Kingdom of Israel where all the children will find their families, and there will be happiness. Everyone on the train listens to Ernie's words hoping that they are true, and they do indeed bring comfort to them, although the doctor is...

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