Poland - Chapter 7, pgs. 276-313 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, pgs. 276-313 Summary

Count Andrzej Lubonski arrives in Vienna in 1895. He is the Minister of Minorities. He is to meet with the Hungarian agitators. He meets with Wiktor Bukowski to learn more of the details of Pilic from the Banat. They make plans for the evening, then Lubonski goes to his house on Annagasse.

Lubonski meets with Pilic before the concert. Pilic complains about how the Hungarians treat the people of Banat and says Barat wants to be an independent nation. Lubonski says they will meet again after Christmas.

At the concert, Lubonski notices that Pilic is there. Bukowski points out the American ambassador in the box next to Emperor Franz Josef. Lubonski is a big fan of music. They all attend the receptions after the concert where there is more musical entertainment. There was an argument about the composers and Bukowski...

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