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Alicia Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 19-21: In a Russian Prison; My Orphanage; The Brecha Summary

Alicia Appleman-Jurman
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Chapters 19-21: In a Russian Prison; My Orphanage; The Brecha Summary and Analysis

With no ultimate destination in mind, Alicia left her home village, riding in Russian army vehicles to Chortkov, with a letter of introduction from Bella to some friends in that village. In the marketplace, however, Alicia encountered Mrs. Taub, a pregnant woman with a 6-year old son, who, having been hidden in underground bunkers during his early years, was now terrified of being outside among other people. Alicia moved in with the Taub's and works with Moishele, introducing him gradually to the outdoors, specifically less traveled streets and the public well. At the well on day, Alicia reunited with Sabina, a former fellow student from Buczacz.

Based upon Sabina's information about another Buczacz family, the Blieners, who were currently living in Russian-occupied Romania with their daughter, another...

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