The Orphan's Tale: A Novel - Chapter 19 – Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

Pam Jenoff
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In Chapter 19, it is reasonable to believe that Peter has been arrested because of his act mocking the Germans. The beating Astrid has taken causes her to suffer a miscarriage. When Astrid sees Luc, she becomes angered, saying it is convenient Luc and Noa met up at the same time the police arrived. Luc denies involvement. Noa urges Luc that they speak to his father about what has happened. The Mayor confirms the Germans have had Peter arrested because of his act. The Mayor says there is nothing he can do, that Peter has been taken to the old army camp to be deported. Luc is enraged, saying he should not be surprised his father will not help his own son after his father has sold out his own people. The Mayor becomes enraged, saying Luc has no idea what he is speaking...

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