Parallel Journeys Project

Parallel Journeys Project
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  • “I am sorry you cannot agree with us. But remember, Mrs. Wohlfarth, that whether you want it or not, I will carry your name until the end of my life." (Page 45)
  • Will you marry me?
  • Yes!
  • “During the trip, the train seemed to stop many times.” (Page 233)
  • Where are we going?
  • Another stop?
  • “Without a word, he pointed his right thumb in the direction the woman and her child should go, and his left thumb for me to follow.” (Page 265)
  • You go this way and you go this way!
  • “I was sleeping on the wooden boards of my bunk, covered by my straw mattress, when I was awakened by someone trying to pull it off me." (Page 315)
  • “The next morning, May 9, the gates of our camp were open…the war was over…we were FREE!” (Page 357)
  • The gates are open! We're Free!
  • “Suddenly, she turned to me and asked in Dutch, using the formal way of addressing a stranger, "Are you my mother?" I moved a few steps closer to her and said that yes, I was her mother.” (Page 401)
  • Doris!
  • Mom?
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