Chapters 33-34 Summary

Paris, 1942

For ten minutes after the doctor left, Jules and Geneviève move about the house frantically, the girl following behind them “like a worried puppy.” They finally decide they must keep Rachel where she is, and Geneviève collapses into a chair and cries as Jules attempts to comfort her. The girl is afraid because Jules explains that she must be prepared to crawl into one of the large potato sacks in the cellar and become invisible. Just as she realizes what this means—that the Germans are coming—the dog begins to bark and Jules signals her to go to the cellar. In hiding, she hears the pounding feet and recognizes the sound from her time in Paris. The Germans have come to take her and...

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