Honestly, that was one I asked because I was genuinely curious what people’s thoughts were. There were some insightful comments here, but I’m still not sure myself. I think maybe she felt bound to the implicit agreement between her, Blicero, and Gottfried. Like, she could leave it, but even then she was too much a part of it to actively destroy it. Alternately, it seemed like she felt guilty over sacrificing the Jewish families to keep her cover, and maybe didn’t want to be the cause of any further death? I don’t think you’re wrong. I just don’t think they’re less of a direct metaphor for Sweet Little Known Failure Pavlov’s Cat Vintage Shirt the Jewish people specifically and more of any oppressed or colonized people. Like with the Crutchfield the Westwardman scene – there’s one of everything. The dodoes are the Jews are the Hetero.
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Yes, I think it has to be some psychological bond /implicit agreement she can’t break between them. Something she can’t even explain since it is occurring subconsciously. I don’t think it is not wanting to cause death, or I should say I don’t want her to not cause any further death considering how evil Blicero is and it would be a way to try to make up for sacrificing the Jewish families (which is the motive behind her wanting to help out any way she can except give up the location). Maybe her guilt leads her to keep her torturer alive as punishment to Sweet Little Known Failure Pavlov’s Cat Vintage Shirt herself.