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22 Britannia Road Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 1-28 Summary

Amanda Hodgkinson
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This book tells the story of the Nowak family before, during, and after World War II. They are Polish natives who flee their homeland and create a life in England but not without suffering a great deal of trauma during the war.

In "Spring 1946. To England," Sylvana Nowak and her son Aurek are on a boat headed to England and Sylvana's husband, Janusz, who she has not seen in six years. She has decided to make this journey so that her son her could have a father. She still has nightmares of the years during the war, but tries to push them aside and focus on the future. She has hope for the future of her family.

In "22 Britannia Road, Ipswich," Janusz has purchased a house for his family. He finds this home to be lucky because it hardly shows the effects of war. He...

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