Life Is Elsewhere - Part 5: Chaps. 7-8, pp. 225-242 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5: Chaps. 7-8, pp. 225-242 Summary

Chapter 7- Jaromil is on the bus to the policeman's poetry night. He recognizes the silver-haired male poet who had once recited at Jaromil's school, and now even compliments Jaromil's poems. At the police complex auditorium, there is also a beautiful young woman who is a film student, filming the event. Jaromil is overjoyed that he will say his poems in public. The janitor's son notes that none of the poems deal directly with the police force. A lady asks for a poem about love. Jaromil talks about the quality of genuine love under socialism. A controversy ensues if this point is valid. Finally, an old man with a wooden leg asks that the bus stop in front of the center is restored to its former location. At this point the meeting breaks up.

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