All the Light We Cannot See

All the Light We Cannot See

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All the Light We Cannot See Nine (May 1944): Big Claude Summary & Analysis

Summary
Analysis
Claude Levitte the perfumer has been doing well as an informer—he talks to the Germans, and is rewarded with food and money. When von Rumpel arrives in Saint-Malo, looking for Daniel LeBlanc, he talks to Claude. Claude points von Rumpel to Etienne’s house.
Predictably, Claude Levitte is the one to tip off the Germans about Etienne’s house. The end of Doerr’s novel is filled with satisfying confirmations of this kind, as more plotlines have their loose ends neatly tied up.
Themes
World War II, the Nazis, and the French Resistance Theme Icon
Fate, Duty, and Free Will Theme Icon
Science and “Ways of Seeing” Theme Icon