The Night Journey - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 3, Rache is impatient to begin hearing Nana Sashie’s story. She curses when her mother and grandmother make her wait while doing breathing exercises with Nana Sashie. When the three women turn to Rache in surprise after her outburst, she notices the similarities between them. She is sent to her room as a punishment. When her father comes to talk to her later, she asks about the murder of her ancestors. He talks to her about the Russian holocaust, describing the way in which the Jews became abstractions to governmental leaders, abstractions that were easy to kill. Instead of the Nazis and their concentration camps, the Russians would burn the towns and kill the people. He asks her not to talk to Nana Sashie about the holocaust. The following day, Rache resigns from her job as curtain puller with the school...

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