A Gentleman in Moscow - Book 5: “Apotheoses” — “Afterword” Summary & Analysis

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In the chapter “Apotheoses,” the Count followed his usual schedule the following day. That night he packed his rucksack with his necessities and said goodbye to his study and bedroom. As the Count was preparing to leave, Sofia had finished her performance, to warm applause, and was locking herself in the bathroom to put on the disguise the Count had put together for her. She followed the line he had drawn on the map to the American embassy.

Meanwhile, Richard and his wife had just arrived at the embassy after having attended an engagement. Billy, one of Richard’s employees, entered the room to tell Richard there was a young man there who was asking for him. Billy was not sure but it appeared the boy, who was not wearing shoes, was seeking asylum. Inside the room, Sofia took off the newsboy...

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