Poland - Chapter 7, pgs. 313-352 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, pgs. 313-352 Summary

The secret police investigated Bukowski and thought he was worth watching because he was capable of being duped. He also became popular with marriageable women, one of whom was Marjorie Trilling, the daughter of the American ambassador. When Bukowski returns home, he finds a letter from Krystyna asking him to join her in Paris. Lubonski obtains a copy of the letter from the secret police and sends Bukowski to Bukowo for several months. Janko Buk will accompany him.

On the train Buk meets a Czech who has been dismissed from his job for supporting a revolutionary, and they talk during the trip. Buk decides to court a village woman named Jadwiga, who becomes pregnant by Bukowski. Bukowski is called back to Vienna and takes Buk with him.

In Vienna, Bukowski resumes courting Marjorie. He learns that her father is...

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