A Gentleman in Moscow - Book 4: “1953: Apostles and Apostates” Summary & Analysis

Amor Towles
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In the chapter “1953: Apostles and Apostates,” the Count waited impatiently for Sofia to return from her school contest. It had been a frustrating day for the Count. First, the assistant manager had introduced new ways of taking, placing, and billing orders that involved everything being written down on paper. The customers were unhappy with the new procedures because after all the paperwork was finished, their food arrived at their table cold.

The Count tried to present his concerns with the system to the Bishop but came away even more frustrated when the Bishop suggested the new system had been put into effect because he suspected that items of food were being stolen from the kitchen. The Bishop suggested to the Count that he should pass this information along to Emile and to Andrey. The Count said he would do so at...

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