The Storyteller (Jodi Picoult) - Part III, Pages 359-405 Summary & Analysis

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Part III of the book opens with another section of the Ania story. Ania asks Aleks if he plans to kill her but he says he is doing what he can to save her, although it's difficult, he adds, to fight the urges that drive him. He goes on to say that after he attacked Ania’s father, he knew he must find a way to protect others, so he asked to work for her. She looks at the many scars on his body, thinks about the rosy tint to the bread he bakes, thinks about how he begs her to eat all of the special roll he makes her each day, and recalls the story that the only way to be immune to an upior is to consume its blood. She puts the pieces of the puzzle together and realizes...

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