The Lost Wife - Chapters 46-50 Summary & Analysis

Alyson Richman
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Summary

Chapter 46

Josef comments how he’s always surprised how old he’s gotten. When he dreams, he dreams that he is young again and spending a passionate night with Lenka. Every time he wakes up he always has that moment where he has to pause to see if he’s old or young.

Chapter 47

(flashback) In the winter of 1944 Fritta showed Lenka a book that he had been drawing for his son. Lenka was touched by what Fritta had drawn. He drew all of the hopes that he had for his child, the birthday cakes he hoped that he would one day receive, and what he might look like on the night of his wedding.

Chapter 48

This chapter is told from the perspective of an 85-year-old Josef, shortly before Jason’s wedding. He is getting his affairs in order, knowing that he is...

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