The Berlin Boxing Club - Part I: Galerie Stern, Der Meister, and The Barter Summary & Analysis

Robert Sharenow
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In the chapter “Galerie Stern,” it is already late when Hildy and Karl arrive at their family’s art gallery. It is apparent that their father is angry with them. He doesn’t notice Karl’s bruised face. Business hasn’t been good at the gallery since the beginning of Hitler’s rule. Sigmund Stern, Karl’s father, had opened the gallery in the ’20s to showcase expressionist artists. These artists have fled Germany since Hitler has deemed their work illegal. Sig has begun showing government approved work, but sales are slow and Karl knows his father’s heart is not in it. When his father sends Karl down to the basement for some fliers about the featured artist, Hartzel, Karl notices a flyer on the floor about The Countess. He wonders about the flier but...

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