The War That Saved My Life - Chapters 32-35 Summary & Analysis

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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In Chapter 32, Ada describes how food rationing worked in their town. She tells how she and Jamie tried to eat less but Susan scolded them and said that she would make sure they alway had plenty to eat even if she had to get a job as a cleaning lady. Ada questioned why Susan would make such a sacrifice for them when she didn’t even like them. She continued to argue until Susan asked Ada what point she was trying to make. Ada shrugged but thought to herself how angry she was because she still thought her life with Susan was temporary. As Ada continues to narrate she realizes she was also angry with the war because she believed it was the military conflict that separated her and her mother before her mother realized that she loved her. Ada admits she was...

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