The Hiding Place

At the beginning of Chapter 8, Corrie related that daytimes grew increasingly tense – and that she especially worried at mealtimes. Explain why Corrie was worried.

Chapter 8

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As tension mounts, the household begins waking each other up in the middle of the night to practice answering Gestapo questions without giving away the truth. Corrie finds this exercise especially difficult, but gets better at answering that there are no Jews in the house. The often visit during meal times when everyone is together.