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22 Britannia Road Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 29-56 Summary

Amanda Hodgkinson
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In "Ipswich" Silvana is disappointed to see in Great Britain similar reminders of war that she had seen in Poland. She does feel a sense of hope when Janusz shows her and Aurek their new home. Along with this hope is still the fear that this family will not work and that Janusz will find her inadequate. The family meets their neighbor, Doris, who reveals to Silvana how different people are in Britain. Doris agrees to take their photograph, and Silvana's feelings continue to waiver between hope and fear. She has given up a great deal for her dreams for this family and fears she will be a disappointment to Janusz. That night, their first night together in six years, Janusz and Silvana are both nervous but quickly this nervousness turns to joy at no longer being alone and finding someone they once known so...

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