Alice and Cato’s daughter is a particularly mature girl, showing pride for her father’s work and helping Patrick integrate into Macedonian society by teaching him foreign words. She proves capable of taking care of herself when Patrick is sent to prison, accepting that Patrick’s political actions have taken him away from her temporarily.
Hana Quotes in In the Skin of a Lion
The In the Skin of a Lion quotes below are all either spoken by Hana or refer to Hana. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Vintage edition of In the Skin of a Lion published in 1987.).
Part 2: Chapter 1: Palace of Purification Quotes
His own life was no longer a single story but part of a mural, which was a falling together of accomplices.
Hana Character Timeline in In the Skin of a Lion
The timeline below shows where the character Hana appears in In the Skin of a Lion. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Part 2: Chapter 1: Palace of Purification
...from the regular gathering at the waterworks. Patrick offered to become more formally responsible for Hana, but Alice replied that he already was looking after her, since Hana knew he loved... (full context)
Part 3: Chapter 2: Maritime Theatre
When Patrick reaches Geranium Bakery, Nicholas Temelcoff hugs him vigorously. Patrick then asks about Hana and Nicholas tells him that she is packing. Walking up to Nicholas’s apartment, Patrick finds... (full context)