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Upon the Head of the Goat: A Childhood in Hungary 1939-1944 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary and Analysis

5: Ferenc visited, and Piri told him of Babi's desire for the children to go to America. Ferenc thought this was a good idea, and that Babi should move in with Piri's mother in Beregszasz. With a touch of sadness, Ference next told Piri that he was to be transferred, and so he would not be coming around any more.

Joli, Piri's new baby sister, was born on June 10. After a few weeks, Rozsi returned to the farm. Soon, it would be Piri's turn to leave Babi and Molcha in Komjaty, and she felt reluctant to leave the farm to return to her family in Beregszasz. On the day of Piri's departure, she felt ill and could hardly eat anything. She shared a teary goodbye with Babi, and then Rozsi walked Piri to the train station. Rozsi stayed behind in Komjaty for some time...

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