Russka: The Novel of Russia - Chapter 11, pgs. 774 - 852 Summary & Analysis

Edward Rutherfurd
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Chapter 11, pgs. 774 - 852 Summary

In December 1891, Nicolai is in St. Petersburg. He is thirty-seven years of age and has three children. They have lived in the city for ten years. The father asks him to come home to help out due to the harvest failure. When he rides the train to Moscow, he finds Yevgeny Popov seated at his table. Popov introduces him to Vladimir Ilych Unyanov, who Nicolai recognizes as being the brother of the man who was involved in the plot against the tsar.

Poplov talks radical movements in other countries and appears to be very knowledgeable. They talk about the philosopher Hegel and Karl Marx. Nicolai finds the situation in the country to be very bad. They are running out of food. He finds Savva's grandson, Vladimir Suvorin, in charge of the factories and very wealthy.

Arina Romanov takes her...

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