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Tevye the Dairyman and the Railroad Stories Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Wedding That Came Without Its Band, pp. 194-199, The Tallis Koton, pp. 199-207 Summary

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The Wedding That Came Without Its Band, pp. 194-199, The Tallis Koton, pp. 199-207 Summary

In The Wedding That Came Without Its Band, a local Jew named Noyach Tonkonog is able to read a telegram that outside agitators are coming to stage the pogrom. Most of the Jews in town find a place to hide, but the Heysen merchant talks to the Jewish contractor Nachman Kassoy and arranges to bribe the local prefect. Then a telegram is intercepted that the pogrom agitators are coming. Then a locomotive pulls in, but it has no train attached to it. At the Krishtopovka station, that pogrom rioters had gotten so drunk that they forget to reattach the train to the locomotive when they stopped to reload fuel and rest. The pogrom forces walk to Heysen, but by then the...

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