The Beginning of Spring - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Frank goes to Reid Press and finds it unlocked. He goes upstairs. He finds a young man at one of the compositor's stools. The young man, who appears to be a student, pulls out a pistol and fires twice. He doesn't hit Frank, but does hit Tvyordov's type frame and puts a hole in his white apron. The night watchman, having heard what sounded like shots, calls from downstairs to ask if everything is okay. Frank reassures him that nothing is going on. He then subdues the young man and takes the pistol away from him. The young man says he is a student. He says he is Volodya Vasilych, but does not give his last name. He says he was hoping to have enough time to get a couple of pages printed on the subject of universal pity. Franks convinces the young...

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