What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank - Part 6 Summary & Analysis

Nathan Englander
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Finally, Deb relents once Mark asks how to play “this non-game” that Lauren and the narrator give different, humorous names (29). She explains: the “Anne Frank” game, which she defends as a serious thought experiment, is where they try to figure out which of their Christian friends and associates would hide their family in the event of a second Holocaust.

Mark claims not to understand, but Lauren puts the game in specific terms for him by asking whether Jebediah, his Mormon business friend, would hide them. Mark jokes that Jebediah, as a Mormon, likely has a stash of food and water hidden in case of the Rapture. Deb says they should stop the game and order dinner, but Mark insists that he will play seriously. He thinks “for a long, long time,” deeply considering the hypothetical, before answering emotionally that he believes Jebediah would hide...

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