Upon the Head of the Goat: A Childhood in Hungary 1939-1944 - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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11: Iboya spent time away from home volunteering for the Red Cross, but Piri learned sometimes Iboya was actually attending illegal "Zionist Club" meetings with their aunt Lujza. Piri and Iboya lied to their mother in order to attend one of these meetings, which was filled with Jews in their twenties discussing plans to transport and shelter Jewish refugees.

Lilli decided to abandon her apartment and live full-time in the family home. Meanwhile, Mother traveled to a distant farmer named Mr. Baltar in order to buy a goat, as milk was impossible to obtain and her youngest children needed milk. Mr. Baltar delivered a goat, and the family had to keep it out of sight as owning a goat was illegal. They named the goat Ladybeard, and everyone grew to like the goat. At the end of the chapter, the family learned that America...

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