The Hiding Place

what did corrie realize about her own power to change things ?

chapter 13 or 14

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Corrie focuses on human interactions and their ministry to the women in their barracks. Although Corrie does not describe the camp in further detail, she conveys the atmosphere of terror during the final weeks. Guards increase acts of violence on prisoners because they are afraid of reports that Germany is losing the war. Anxiety dominates the actions of many at Ravensbruck. I think Corrie realizes that she needs God's power and patients for things to change.