The Ragged Edge of Night - Chapters 12 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Olivia Hawker
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Chapters 12 - 14 includes the second half of Part 2. Chapter 12 starts with Elisabeth pleased with Anton’s purchase of wool. She tells Anton of their need for shoes for Paul. Anton goes outside to smoke his pipe telling Elisabeth, “a man merely needs some time alone with his pipe and his thoughts, now and then” (103). Anton thinks about God and his mysteries. He thinks about the march to Riga and how they had sung hymns on their march. He thinks about the link between music and God. He taps his finished pipe and walks to the shed where his instruments lie in their trunks. He opens the lid to the cornet and then hears footsteps. Elisabeth asks if this is a trumpet, staring in astonishment. She asks about the other trunks and Anton confirms they are more brass instruments. Elisabeth is excited and suggests...

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