Russka: The Novel of Russia - Chapters 10-11, pgs. 707 - 774 Summary & Analysis

Edward Rutherfurd
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Chapters 10-11, pgs. 707 - 774 Summary

Nicolai and Popov have a plan, which is why they are working for free. Misha is curious about the situation but can't find out much except to feel a gulf between him and his son. They discuss the problem of the village and how the Suvorin linen factory adds to the problem. Popov goes out with a girl named Arina, who then warns Nicolai about him.

Popov is deciding which people can be useful to him. He decides to learn more about the Suvorins. He talks to Peter Suvorin.

Misha and his son discuss religion. Nicolai believes that God is dead and will be replaced by science. When Misha says that a person like him won't exist in the kind of world Nicolai envisions, Nicolai says that he is already dead.

Popov secures a storeroom from Peter...

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