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In 1943, the Jews continue to march through Molching, and Liesel always looks for Max. One day,  she sees him and runs to him, but a Nazi soldier tosses her from the parade. She gets up and enters  the parade again, reciting words from  The Word Shaker . She is whipped, and Rudy has to hold her  down to keep her from going back for more punishment. Afterward, Liesel finally tells Rudy about  Max Vandenburg. Liesel returns to Frau Hermann's library and becomes angry with the words, how they can fill her up,  but can also bring so much hate to so many people. She tears the pages from a book and then  writes a note to Frau Hermann to apologize and say that she won't come back. Three days later, Ilsa  Hermann shows up at Liesel's front door and gives her a black journal so that she can write the  words of her own story.
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