The Nightingale - Chapters 37-39 Summary & Analysis

Kristin Hannah
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In Chapter 37 Vianne is in her father's apartment in Paris hoping to find Isabelle, but she can tell no one has been there for a long time. She goes to a hotel that is serving as a reception center for concentration camp prisoners who are returning home. Everywhere there are people looking for loved ones and pictures and notes posted on a wall. Vianne goes to a Red Cross worker and says she is looking for Isabelle, Rachel, and Marc. She also says she has a list of Jewish children to reunite with their parents. Vianne is taken to an office where she gives a man the list of nineteen children. He looks at her as though she is a hero.

As Vianne, Antoine, and Rachel look at the photos on the wall a woman tells them Rachel and Marc are both listed...

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