Time's Arrow - Chapter 7: She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7: She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not Summary

The war ended and all the past blurred and went away for Odilo. He seemed to have forgotten everything. The narrator assumed they must have lost the war. Odilo seemed innocent and he had stopped worrying. The man in the white coat, who appeared often in his dreams, was replaced by a woman. The narrator believed the woman was his mother. "Odilo is, it turns out, innocent, emotional, popular, and stupid."

He and Herta had passionate sex and they still wanted a baby. They had an apartment in Munich. Odilo was working as a doctor. The narrator had grown to love Herta almost as much as Odilo. She was only eighteen. Their lovemaking became more tender as the wedding neared. Odilo went out with more friends, sometimes to help...

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