White Oleander - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

Janet Fitch
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Chapter 32 Summary

When Ingrid's trial is held in bitter cold February, Astrid is living in Berlin with Paul Trout. His graphic novels have become popular among European art students, and they've made friends in every city.

Astrid likes Berlin where one can trace the past, unlike America where people mistakenly think they can scrape the earth clean and start again every time. Astrid has begun to turn to sculpture, an outgrowth of her time with Rena Grushenka. Oskar Schein, a professor at the Hochschule der Künste, likes her work and even lobbies for her acceptance as a bona fide scholar, but in a perverse way, her status suits her. Her classmates think of her and Paul as wild children with great talent and wish to be free birds like them.

All winter long, she creates her personal museum of all her mothers who...

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