Russka: The Novel of Russia - Chapter 11, pgs. 852 - 895 Summary & Analysis

Edward Rutherfurd
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Chapter 11, pgs. 852 - 895 Summary

Alexander, deciding he wants to marry Nadezhda, watches the Suvorin house. When Vladimir is out of town, he sees Popov visit.

Peter believes that the socialists are slowly making progress. Dimitri, whose broken leg left him lame, notices changes in Rose. She makes Dimitri promise to never be a revolutionary. Rosa refuses to see a doctor in spite of everyone's concern for her. Her brothers have emigrated to American and Dimitri overhears Vladimir promising to send Dimitri there if anything happens. Rose dies when she is hit by a tram.

In 1913, Alexander is twenty-two. He wants a court appointment and marriage to Nadezhda. He is bothered by Mrs. Suvorin's relationship with Popov. His problem is that Nadezhda is in love with Karpenko. Mrs. Suvorin warns her daughter about involvement with Karpenko, not knowing that Nadezhda knows of her relationship...

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