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Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption - Part V, Chapters 36-38 Summary & Analysis

Laura Hillenbrand
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Part V, Chapters 36-38 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 36 is called "The Body on the Mountain." In Japan, the Japanese police hunted down the people who had been accused of war crimes for prosecution. Many were convicted and sentenced to execution or long prison terms. The Bird went into hiding, working as a farm hand under a false name and eluded the police, who kept a close eye on his family in case he tried to contact them. The bodies of a man and a woman were found on a mountainside, apparently having committed suicide together. The man was identified as Mutsuhiro Watanabe.

Chapter 37 is called "Twisted Ropes." Louis continued to descend into alcoholism. He and Cynthia had a daughter, to whom he was devoted, but his increased nightmares and drinking put a strain on the family. Cynthia left him for a time, then returned.

In Japan...

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