The Last Supper: A Novel - Book I, Hubbard, Chapter 2, Part 3 to Chapter 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Book I, Hubbard, Chapter 2, Part 3 to Chapter 3, Part 2 Summary

The Nazis come to power. When Paul is twelve in 1936, a new Gestapo chief, Stutzer, angers Lori by kicking the village fool. She slaps him. That summer Paul finds Lori and the artist Zaentz talking in the woods, follows them down on a swim a half mile out to the Manican, and over to Falster, where Zaentz is dropped off. Paul is vowed to silence. Stutzer finds their clothing on the beach and remarks on the particular smell of Jewish garments. Paul spends the next summer in Harbor with Uncle Elliott and Aunt Alice, who shows him the family cemetery. This act shows that all the women die young of boredom, says Alice. Elliott's house guests are all creative and male.

The Christophers send Paul to a French school...

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