The Plum Tree - Chapters 33 – 38 Summary & Analysis

Ellen Marie Wiseman
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Chapter 33 – St. Michael’s Church has miraculously remained standing despite being severely damaged during the war. The first service in five years is held in the partially-restored church. People flood the church. Stefan is among them. This angers Christine. She wonders what other SS members are hidden among the people. Prayers are said for the Jewish victims and their loved ones, and the minister urges those who know the truth to speak out. This prompts Christine to stand and expose Stefan. Many people in church defend Stefan, saying that Christine must either be confused or that everyone was forced to do things in wartime they didn’t want to do. The minister and other members order Christine out of the church.

Chapter 34 – At home, Christine and her family discover that Maria has committed suicide. Christine reveals the truth about Maria’s pregnancy. Christine feels...

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