Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead - Section 9: Warsaw War Song & Mal Di Luna Summary & Analysis

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Section 9: Warsaw War Song & Mal Di Luna Summary

In "Warsaw War Song," CB continues his letter, explaining how Chopin was on his way to Paris when he heard that Warsaw fell to the Russians. His response was to lock himself in his room and compose "Etude in C Minor: Opus 10, No. 12" also known as "Revolutionary Etude." It is perfect; CB and Beethoven would become revolutionaries, charging through their high school, "showing everyone how to be themselves and no one would have to apologize" (page 40). CB listens as Beethoven plays "Revolutionary Etude."

In "Mal Di Luna." CB joins Beethoven in the music room, trying to quiet Beethoven's fears by assuring him that he has put out the word that he will defend his boyfriend. Beethoven objects to the term, blushing when CB tells him he is falling in love. When...

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