A Replacement Life - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Boris Fishman
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In Chapter 9, Slava didn’t talk to Arianna again until Monday morning. He’d spent Sunday translating Israel’s letter into Russian. Israel recognized it was Slava’s grandmother whom he’d used as the model for the girl who was Israel’s sister. He told her he’d always admired Slava’s grandmother and that he hoped Slava got a woman like her. Israel described her as being opposite Slava’s grandfather as she was one who could hold a grudge but also was a woman with a big heart.

Slava called his grandfather. He learned his grandfather had begun talking in his sleep since his wife’s death. Grandfather said he’d heard that Slava had written a letter for Israel. Slava tried to point out to his grandfather how much better his living conditions were than Israel’s. His grandfather changed...

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