Poland - Chapter 6, pgs. 213-242 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, pgs. 213-242 Summary

Count Lubonski decides it is time that inheritor of the Bukowski estate to marry. Feliks was the son of Tytus who had been killed by the Poles. Lubonski also thinks his son, Roman, should marry. He tells the young men of the families they will visit and warns them about the Czartoryski and Zamoski families, who he considers dangerous. While they are traveling, they are to study the new Poland and the families and give him their opinions of the families' chances for survival. Lumbonski's wife tells them to pay particular attention to the Granicki family.

The men were in the Ukraine for Easter and were fascinated by the Ukranian Easter eggs. There were three days of dancing at Polz. From Polz, they went to Lancut. By this time Feliks and Roman were becoming friends. Feliks became close to...

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