The Lost Wife - Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

Alyson Richman
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Summary

Chapter 22

Josef thinks back to the night of the attack. (flashback) He was indeed on the boat that was attacked, but his father pushed him and another young refugee, Isaac, onto a lifeboat. The ship sunk and the lifeboat was damaged. Josef lost his family, but he and Isaac survived.

Chapter 23

Josef continues to think back on his life. (flashback continued) Isaac became his best friend, the only person that Josef feels truly knows him. Isaac played the violin at his and Amalia’s wedding. Josef tried to write a letter to Lenka to tell her that he survived, but it was returned to him, unopened. It now sits amongst a stack of toys that he had purchased for their child.

Chapter 24

This chapter is told from Lenka’s perspective, and takes place over the year after she thought Josef had died. (flashback...

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