Breaking Stalin's Nose - Chapters 21 and 22 Summary & Analysis

Eugene Velchin
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Chapters 21 and 22 Summary

In Chapter 21, Borka is on Sasha's mind as he walks back to class. The students had all seen him being shoved into the big black car. Why did he take the blame for it? Borka must be scared. He imagines Borka arriving at Lubyanka, being searched and given a prison uniform to wear. He'll be put in a cell. Could he possibly be put in the same cell as his father? Then it dawned on Sasha. Borka took the blame so he could get inside the prison to see his parents. Perhaps he'll be reunited with his father and mother. Stalin may free them. As Sasha entered the classroom, Vovka jumps up from behind the door. He taunts him for letting someone else take the blame and calls him an American.

In Chapter 22, Miss Petrovna tells the class that they should...

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