The Lost Wife - Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

Alyson Richman
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Chapter 4

This chapter is told from Josef’s perspective. He first talks about how his grandson always remarked that Josef never seemed like a romantic. This takes Josef back to 1947, when he was married to someone named Amalia.

(Flashback) Amalia was in Austria in 1947. She happened to find a letter one day addressed to someone in New York, a Mr. Abrams. She knew that he was Jewish, so she started to write to him about all of the persecution that she and the other Jews were experiencing. To her surprise, he wrote back and arranged for her and her sister to be taken to New York. Amalia almost didn’t go because her younger sister was denied entry. She was going to stay with her, but her younger sister ran off and hid in the crowd. Amalia ended up going to America, where...

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