The Lost Wife - Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

Alyson Richman
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Chapter 13

This chapter continues from the perspective of Josef. Josef expands about how he dreams about Lenka. When he first came to America, he couldn’t tolerate strawberries because they reminded him of the time that he spent with Lenka at their vacation home. He thinks to a time where he was dreaming of strawberries, of being with her. He woke up next to Amalia, and stated that when he and Amalia kissed, it tasted like nothing.

Chapter 14

This chapter takes place from Lenka’s perspective, during the years of 1938-1939. (flashback) Lenka had been seeing Josef in secret. Things in Prague were getting grimmer, and everyone was worried about a possible German invasion. Lenka and the rest of the Jews were trying not to draw attention to themselves. One of Lenka’s friends, Elsa, snapped during art class. She couldn’t handle...

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