Compared With Oskar's Chapter

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Compared with Oskar’s chapter, this chapter is more organized and easier to understand; however, for some reason, it doesn’t provide much information like Oskar’s chapter. I wonder how and why the grandfather lost his language. He didn’t give detail explanations of how he lost it and why. He started the letter with the moment he lost the language. I think the reason might be something about his lover because in the letter he mention the first word he lost is “Anna”, which was a female’s name. Later he goes on “she was the only thing I wanted to talk about” (pg. 16) This shows that he like to share the stories about Anna to people, but he lost the word and courage to talk about it. Later on he keep losing his words until he cannot talk.
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