A Replacement Life - Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

Boris Fishman
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In Chapter 15, on Monday a story broke in the “Times” about a lawyer, Howard Settledecker, who was appealing for the eligibility requirements to be expanded for Holocaust survivors. Beau sent Peter and Slava to cover a press conference at the Museum of Jewish History. As they rode in a cab together downtown, Slava asked Peter what his secret was. Peter said Slava didn’t write in the style “Century” wanted.

Despite the heat the press conference was being held outside the museum. Peter commented on Settledecker’s ill fitting suit and unkept look. Slava knew he was trying to look like a poor Jew. Slava noticed the people in the audience were Russian Jews, and that they were wearing prison costumes with numbers and yellow stars under their jackets. The press conference started. Settledecker started talking them stopped. An assistant went down to...

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