Exploring the relationship between Michael and Hannah in "The Reader" by Bernhard Schlink.
"Leaving was her punishment." Throughout "The Reader" the relationship between Hanna and Michael changes. In Part 1 their relationship begins and develops into a very sexual and personal affair. He blames himself for her leaving him. In Part 2 it turns political and they are very separated throughout the trail, Michael also learns about the truth about Hanna. In Part 3 Hanna kills herself because she can't face Michael because of what she has done.
Part one is where they first meet. When Michael is throwing up outside Hanna's house she takes him in and cleans him up. But the relationship…
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