A Replacement Life - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Boris Fishman
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In Chapter 10, Slava took almost all of the requests for letters that he got through his grandfather. He turned down one who wanted to send a letter to the president requesting a larger apartment while one gentleman wanted a letter written requesting a ride to the grocery store. He imagined his grandmother in each of the letters. As he met the families and worked with them he wished each time that his grandfather would give him Vera’s name. He was confused in his feelings for her. His wished his grandfather would give him her name as a person who needed a letter written. He didn’t dare just take her to bed.

One night when walking home after a meeting with one of his families, Slava felt he was being followed. It turned out to be a teenaged boy named Oleg Smeshko. He...

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