Breaking Stalin's Nose - Chapters 29 and 30 Summary & Analysis

Eugene Velchin
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Chapters 29 and 30 Summary

In Chapter 29, Sasha is at the rally. He doesn't sing along with the others. He carries the banner and waits in the hall for his cue to enter. He hears the drum roll but has set the banner down to dry his eyes which were are filled with tears. He knows that everyone is waiting for him. He sets the banner against the wall and runs out of the school. He doesn't want to be a Pioneer.

In Chapter 30, Sasha took a streetcar and is freezing as he braces himself against the cold wind that blows through the cracks. He gets off the streetcar at Lubyanka prison. A guard orders him to stop but he keeps walking. His father is in prison and he needs to see him. The guard tells him which line to wait in. The line of people...

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