The War That Saved My Life - Chapters 42-46 Summary & Analysis

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
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In Chapter 42, Mam told Ada at the end of the driveway that Ada wouldn’t be walking much longer. On the train when a serviceman offered a seat SO Ada could sit down, Mam took it instead. When Jamie tried to tell their mother that Ada had caught a spy Mam thought it was a lie. Mam continued to abuse Ada emotionally as they got closer to her new apartment. She said she had a better job now. When Ada argued there was nothing wrong with her being in public her Mam hit her again. Once they reached the apartment Ada tried to be polite but her Mam was angry at her politeness as well.

When Ada told Mam she didn’t need to use a bucket, she could go to the toilet, her Mam told her she would not be leaving that...

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