The Zookeeper's Wife - Chapters 16 - 23 Summary & Analysis

Diane Ackerman
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Chapter 16: Because Jan had spent years studying the behavior of animals, it was easy for him to change his persona when necessary. Guests also needed to be constantly aware and try to make things at the villa look normal. Jan always had a well-thought out plan in place and was strict about plans being followed.

Jan made a plan for Lonia to join them after Szymon’s death. When he went to the Ghetto to get her, the guard who met them at the door on the way out was not the person Jan was expecting, but the guard’s wife. She was uncertain about letting them through. Jan used the same arrogant persona he used with the guard to convince her. Lonia stayed at the village for a few weeks and then moved to a safer place. Jan moved Szymon’s insect...

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