The War That Saved My Life - Chapters 29-31 Summary & Analysis

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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In Chapter 29, Maggie won when the two raced back to town. She couldn’t go to Susan’s for Christmas but said she was afraid Christmas at their house would be terrible between her brother being on leave from training, her father wanting to talk about the war and her mother trying to put on a big Christmas dinner like they did when they had a full staff of servants. Maggie feels as if her family is at war even if some people are saying that World War II wasn’t real.

Susan made Jamie and Ada go with her to cut a Christmas tree. She explained the symbolism to them. She was surprised when she learned they weren’t aware that Christmas had anything to do with God. When they got home Susan got out the ornaments that she and Becky had...

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