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War and Remembrance Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 44 through 49 Summary

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Chapters 44 through 49 Summary

Natalie and Byron endure a short time of pleasantries with the other members of the household then Natalie, Byron and Louis retire to Natalie's bedroom. Natalie and Byron lock in a passionate embrace, then Byron breaks away and points out Louis is watching them. Natalie suggests she get the youngster ready for bed and Byron says that is better than his idea, which is to cover the crib "like a parrot cage." Natalie expects Byron will spend the night but he says she must hurry and pack because he is catching a train shortly and wants to take her and Louis along. Natalie agrees but Rabinovitz insists they first talk to Gaither about the plan.

Gaither points out the flaws—if they are stopped Natalie is a Jewess with a Jewish child and that regulations simply do not apply for the Gestapo. Byron insists...

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