A Gentleman in Moscow - Book 3: “An Alliance” — “1938: An Arrival” Summary & Analysis

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In the chapter “An Alliance,” the narrator describes the day to day activities at the Boyarsky. On this particular day, during the second seating for that evening Andrey learned there would be a party in the Yellow Room, one of the restaurant’s private dining rooms. The party was requesting the Count specifically as the waiter.

The Count arrived at the door to the Yellow Room to find there was a rather large man guarding the door. Inside, the room had been arranged with only one table set for two people. After much discussion the man in the room made it clear to the Count he did not want to be waited up by him but instead wanted to dine with him.

The man addressed the Count by his full name and titles, but the Count admitted he did not...

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