22 Britannia Road - Study Guide Pages 83-119 Summary & Analysis

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In "Ipswich," Janusz reminisces about his life in Marseilles with Helene by reading one of her letters but wants to love his troubled wife. He wishes he could tell her about Helene but knows he never can. Janusz wonders what horrible things happened to his wife and son and wants to make them feel safe and happy. Taking Silvana and Aurek to the forest makes Aurek very happy, which makes Silvana happy. At school on Monday, Aurek hides in the boys' toilet and is discovered by Peter, the chubby boy from the pub. Both boys skip school to play war games and play in woods and pond; they become fast friends. When they are caught by their parents, their misbehavior is forgiven since they have both found a friend. Tony Benetoni, Peter's father, is just as happy as the Nowaks to see the boys together...

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