The Lost Wife - Chapters 10-12 Summary & Analysis

Alyson Richman
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Chapter 10

This chapter takes place from Josef’s perspective. (Flashback) In 1956 he bought a television for his family. He was pleased that it caused Amalia to smile. Watching the television made him think about how little he and his wife communicated. They are both still lost in the past. The chapter ends with him thinking about what it was like for him to run away from his home during the war, and what it must have been like for Amalia.

Chapter 11

This chapter is told from Lenka’s perspective, taking place shortly after the fire at the warehouse. (flashback) Lenka was telling her younger sister the story of the Golem. The Golem was supposedly made to protect the Jews from the Romans. Lenka told her sister that supposedly the Golem still exists, ready to protect the Jews if they ever need it again...

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