The Lost Wife - Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

Alyson Richman
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Chapter 16

This chapter is told from Lenka’s perspective. (flashback) Lenka was getting ready to marry Josef, who promised that he would be able to get everyone out. The two of them were married and shared a night together as husband and wife. Josef told her that he couldn’t actually get her family out, just people who were related to him. As his wife, Lenka was included. Lenka was devastated, and refused to leave. Her parents tried to convince her that going was the best idea, but she still stubbornly refused, unable to bear the thought of leaving them to the Nazis.

Chapter 17

This chapter is told by Josef. He thinks back to his wedding with Amalia, admitting that he doesn’t remember any of the details. He reiterates that he truly did love her, and nobody forced the two of them...

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