The Beginning of Spring - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Frank thinks that Nellie must be coming back. He wires all the railway stations on the way to Berlin. Then he wires Charlie every six hours. After three days Charlie wires back that Nellie is not there with him, but is safe and well. He adds that he will be coming to Moscow shortly. Frank cannot understand how Nellie could be safe and well without him and the children. He writes to her every morning. He tells Dolly that if she wants envelopes and paper they are in the right hand drawer of his desk. Dolly says it would probably be better if she didn't write. She expresses the view that Nellie's mistake was probably getting married in the first place. Frank finally realizes that something has to be done about the children; Nellie's absence might be longer than he had at first...

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