Panic in a Suitcase - Part 2, Chapter 11 – Part 2, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Yelena Akhtiorskaya
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Part 2, Chapter 11 – Summer in Odessa is dry and dusty. Pasha is now 52, and is unwell. He is now married to Sveta, who has moved to Odessa to be with Pasha. Pasha reveals to Sveta that he met his former wife, Nadia, at a party, and her deep voice and poetry attracted him to her, but the marriage turned bad, quickly, for Nadia had a superiority complex and dissuaded Pasha from attempting to publish any of his own writing for a long time. After the birth of their child, which took time away from Nadia’s writing, and after the publishing of Pasha’s book “Ancestral Belt”, Nadia became more cruel toward him – and this was the summer of 1993 when he went to visit his family in New York. Marina calls Pasha to tell him that Frida will be arriving on Thursday...

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