The Storyteller (Jodi Picoult) - Part I, Pages 93-162 Summary & Analysis

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Sage arrives at work to find that Mary has hired another baker to take her place temporarily, telling Sage that her behavior has become erratic and she should take a week off. Sage tells Mary about Josef, but Mary does not believe her. Later she tells Adam they should take a break from their relationship. He agrees, but when he says no one will ever love her the way he does, she wonders if it is a vow or a threat. Later, Leo calls to tell her there is no record of Josef being a Nazi, so Sage goes to Josef's house and talks with him. He says he wants her to help him die because he has no one to live for, but he also wants Sage, as a Jew, to forgive him. She asks for proof of his claim...

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