The Lost Wife - Chapters 31-33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31

Josef starts to think about his children. He remembers when Rebekkah gave birth. They nearly lost the child, but the doctors were able to treat her baby, whom they decided to name Jason. Josef’s son, Jakob, struggled when he was young. He was a very smart child, but he had social problems. He had to go to a special private school, where he thankfully excelled. Jakob has lived his entire life with Josef. Whenever Josef asks if he wants to move out, Jakob insists that he is happy there. Josef loves his children, just as he did Amalia, but he still finds himself wondering what life would be like if he was with Lenka, and what the children they would have had together would be like.

Chapter 32

Josef thinks back to the day of Amalia’s funeral. Isaac played his violin...

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