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War and Remembrance Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 89 through 93 Summary

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Chapters 89 through 93 Summary

As the battle in Pug's life is heating up, Aaron writes that he and Natalie have their deportation orders and there is no appeal possible. As they prepare, Aaron writes a final entry in his journal. He has concealed the pages, though he does not write where. He says he has also written in code so the casual observer will not be able to decipher the writing. He now says he is afraid of dying but he treasures his time in the current camp, Theresienstadt because it was here he found himself and his God. He talks of the time spent teaching young boys and even though he does not know if they live, he knows that the words of the Talmud were on their lips and in their hearts. Natalie, though she still longs for Louis, seems content to allow herself to be transported...

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