Those Who Save Us - Chapters 44-51 Summary & Analysis

Jenna Blum
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In Chapter 44, the story transitions back to the adult life of Trudy. Anna, still living with her daughter, has been baking feverishly since the beginning of the Easter season. Trudy is somewhat worried about her mother’s compulsive baking, but leaves her alone so long as she is keeping busy.

Trudy visits Rainer, as she has been doing habitually since her first visit. She complains to him about her mother. He does not seem too worried about it. Eventually, he senses that something more is wrong with Trudy. He confronts her on it, knowing there is something deep down she is ashamed of. She refuses to tell him what she is truly upset about. He speaks of her study and knows that there is a deeper reason for her fascination with German history. When she tries to leave, he grabs her wrist. Trudy...

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