The Lost Wife - Chapters 37-39 Summary & Analysis

Alyson Richman
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Chapter 37

This chapter is told from Josef’s perspective. Josef thinks back to a time when he was at a planetarium with Jakob. Jakob had asked if all the stars represented someone that died. Josef thought this was a beautiful idea. It made him think about Amalia, and he imagined that she was watching over her family. He hoped that she was happy with her family, and he imagined that she would be watching when his grandson, Jason, got married.

Chapter 38

This chapter is told from Lenka’s perspective. (Flashback) Rita had been pregnant for six months, still managing to hide it from the Germans. More and more refugees were coming into Terezin, even though they were beyond full capacity. Lenka discovered that Fritta and Haas were painting images of the decrepit elderly that were kept in the windowless attics.

Chapter 39

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