The Nightingale - Chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

Kristin Hannah
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Chapter 13 begins in April 1941 with Isabelle lying on a blanket in the field. Vianne brings her a note that says "the curtains are open," which was delivered by Henri. The note is summoning her to meet with the resistance. When Isabelle arrives at the meeting she is asked to take a letter to their contact in Paris. Henri also tells her they want her to stay in Paris to receive future letters. He tells her it will be dangerous. She will have to lie to everyone she loves and she will always be afraid. Isabelle accepts the mission.

Meanwhile, Vianne agonizes over the idea of Isabelle receiving notes from a man as though she were a girl in school. She believes Isabelle still doesn't realize her actions might have consequences.

Beck and three German soldiers come to Vianne's house and tear down her...

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