Russka: The Novel of Russia - Chapters 9 -10, pgs. 644 - 707 Summary & Analysis

Edward Rutherfurd
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Chapters 9 -10, pgs. 644 - 707 Summary

Pinegin decides to talk to Alexis about marrying Olga. The village prepares for the feast of John the Bather. As the group walks to the feast, Sergei recites some of his poetry. Sergei states his love for Olga and tells her that he is only a half brother. Pinegin finds them in an embrace. Pinegin begins to plan his revenge.

A soldier arrives with Savva Suvorin in chains. Sergei knows it is his fault since they met in a Moscow street. Alexis says Sergei did not report the meeting to him. Count Benckendorft of the Third Department has sentenced Sergei to three years exile in the Ural Mountains. Mikhal, called Misha, hears his grandmother fighting with his father.

In 1844, the battle between Savva and the Bobrov family continues. Tatiana stops the flogging of Savva and is constantly...

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