A Replacement Life - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Boris Fishman
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In Chapter 6, Slava’s family was tearful in its appreciation of the history he wrote for grandfather. It was at work that day that Slava first had the idea he could invent one of the newspaper flubs that he supplied for the column “The Hoot.” His thoughts were interrupted when Beau Reasons headed toward the Junior Staff. Trying to make a joke, Beau told them readers had complained about the magazine having too many ads and said they’d have to cut the ads out manually. While Beau was still there Slava’s phone rang, an unfamiliar number so Slava didn’t answer it. When it rang again Beau was walking away. Slava answered and found himself talking to a man named Israel Abramson. He’d heard that Slava had written a letter for his grandfather and wanted him to write a letter for...

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