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Part I of The Reader enables the readers to gather portions of the story to help predict Parts II and III In the beginning of the novel Michael a preteen meets Hanna a woman in her thirties who rescues him in his time of distress Michael suffers from Hepatitis which often weakens his body and makes him vomit constantly Michael believes his fate is what gives him the disease that he suffers from which ignites his relationship with Hanna By following his mother orders to thank Hanna for her help he ends up watching her undress Though his fate does not force Michael to return to see Hanna he does on his own will Michael than apologizes helps her with coal and loses his virginity He later transitioned from his childhood to adulthood he was assumed to be older than 15 he lies to pretend to be the suspected age After his first sexual experience with Hanna they began a routine of reading showering and sexing To satisfy his desire and yearn for her body Michael began to cut school When Hanna discovers Michaels missed classes she advises him to go to school or they could no longer see each other Though it was not easy Michael was promoted to the next grade with Hannas help and his hard work Through the promotion of his grade level Michael made new friends including Sophie a girl he constantly flirted with in his German Language class Many boys were shy of their newly coed classes but confidence is what Michael held through his experiences with Hanna Hanna and Michael began to go on outing like the movies but they posed as mother and son Though it was Hannas first time at the movies they still conversed about movies they previously seen Riding on the train car Michael and Hanna experienced their first fight Their first fight lead to many where Michael always found his self-subject to apologizing
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