The Lost Wife - Chapters 25-27 Summary & Analysis

Alyson Richman
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Chapter 25

Josef continually thinks back to that night on the lifeboat. He wishes that there was some way he could have made room for his father. In his darkest moments, he imagines that Lenka was there with him. He thinks back to the night where Amalia died. He truly missed her and was saddened by her loss, but he knew that his love for her was never as strong as it was towards Lenka.

Chapter 26

This chapter is told from Lenka’s perspective. (flashback) Lenka and her family were being moved out to a ghetto, in Terezin. At the time, Lenka was actually happy because she heard that it was going to be an all Jewish community and they would have the chance to find work. In the present she remarks how wrong she was, and how she had no idea at the...

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