The Nightingale - Chapters 33-36 Summary & Analysis

Kristin Hannah
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In Chapter 33 Isabelle is being held captive by the Gestapo. She knows she needs to hold out under questioning for two days to allow her friends time to protect themselves. The Germans say they know she works for the Nightingale and they want his name, so Isbelle knows they don't know who she is. She continues to tell them she is Juliette as they torture her. She thinks about all of the people she loves, especially Vianne, and wonders why she didn't tell them she loved them everyday.

Vianne is in town and there is a dead body hanging from every streetlamp in the town square. The violence of the Nazis has escalated and the people of Carriveau hear rumors of mass shootings of French citizens. As she walks, someone grabs her and pulls her into a dark alley, then reveals himself to...

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