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22 Britannia Road Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 120-149 Summary

Amanda Hodgkinson
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In "Ipswich," Aurek's feelings towards the enemy, his father are beginning to change. Although Janusz is not what he expected, Aurek is adjusting to the reality of who his father is. Tony and Peter come over for a visit, and, while Tony is very chatty with the entire family, he only has eyes for Silvana. Janusz does not seem to notice. He is wrapped up in how happy he is that Aurek is adjusting to life in Britain and how important this English garden is to their future happiness. It represents what Janusz wants his family to be. Janusz does notice that Silvana has grown distant from him recently.

In "Poland," Hanka, Silvana, and Aurek are asked to leave by the farmer. Hanka wants to take them to Warsaw, but Silvana tells her she is not interested in returning. The next morning Silvana wakes to...

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