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Alicia Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18: Return to Buczacz Summary

Alicia Appleman-Jurman
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Chapter 18: Return to Buczacz Summary and Analysis

Alicia's much improved return to Buczacz was detailed in Chapter 18. First, she found Bella, a woman whom she had known from the original ghetto, whose only remaining relative was her young son. Bella was managing a restaurant and she put Alicia in touch with a Jewish man who could assist her in finding her mother's grave. It was Alicia's desire to give her mother a proper burial in the Jewish cemetery of the village. This was accomplished. Alicia's next goal was to locate Wujciu, and to reward him with nice clothing she had confiscated from a vacant house on her travels home. During market day, she recognized a couple for whom she worked, who lived in the village next to Wujciu's cottage, and convinced them to bring him to town the following week, paying them rubles to do so...

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