Life Is Elsewhere - Part 4: The Poet on the Run, pp. 161-181 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4: The Poet on the Run, pp. 161-181 Summary

Chap. 1- The narrator introduces the poet Rimbaud, who is described as running from his family.

Chap. 2- Like Rimbaud and Lermontov, the poet Jaromil is running from his family, and running towards a battle, in this case a political battle.

Chap. 3- Revolution is great for youth who have nothing to lose. Czech youth have a role in the communist revolution, in monitoring and controlling their professors.

Chap. 4- Jaromil is reporting on professors to the political Council. He still feels childish, being sharply questioned on his reports.

Chap. 5- Jaromil is doing errands at the market for his mother. He falls in love with a young woman in a cashier's cage.

Chap. 6- Jaromil is taking his exams and nervous about getting good grades. He is writing...

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