The Storyteller (Jodi Picoult) - Part I, Pages 163-191 Summary & Analysis

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Josef’s story continues. He tells Sage that he was demoted after the incident with his commanding officer and was later shot, which caused permanent nerve damage in his right arm that made it impossible for him to hold a rifle steady. He was sent to work at Auschwitz concentration camp and was surprised to find his brother Franz working there as an administrator. Since her grandmother was also at Auschwitz, Sage wonders if they ever met. When she leaves, she drives to Adam’s house and sees him embracing his wife, which shakes Sage up and causes her to have a car accident on the way home. The next day, Sage is at home when a man comes to her door, introduces himself as Leo, and says he has a file on Reiner but still cannot be sure he and...

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