Kane and Abel - Study Guide Part 1, 1906-1923, Chapters 9-11 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 9, the Russians take their prisoners from the Baron's castle on a journey of more than 900 miles to Camp 201. The Baron's butler, one of the two witnesses to the Baron's will, dies on the trip. Wladek fights a Russian soldier and gets his leg cut. When the leg becomes stiff and painful, a guard makes him see the doctor.

The doctor tells him he will always limp, but that his leg will be fine. Wladek tells the doctor he plans to escape the camp and the doctor cautions him not to speak of his hopes.

When Wladek's leg doesn't get better, the doctor assigns him to kitchen duty. Knowing that the boy will have to return to chopping wood within a week, the doctor plans an escape for Wladek. He gives Wladek 54 rubles he has saved and a suit he...

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