The Lost Wife - Chapters 34-36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34

(flashback) By the year of 1943, Lenka and the other artists had smuggled enough art supplies to the children so they could start making their own collages. Lenka was touched by the drawings the children created, since it was so full of life and color. Not all of the drawings were filled with color. Some of the children had drawn images capturing their arrival and life in Terezin. Lenka found those drawings to be the most profound and powerful.

Chapter 35

Back in the present day, Josef recalls that after Amalia's death he went looking for any letters that Amalia might have written to Isaac. He didn’t find anything, and in fact Amalia seemed to own few possessions. Each one he looked at reminded him of the life that he shared with Amalia. When he went to sleep that night, his dreams were...

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