The Berlin Boxing Club - Part II: The Berlin Boxing Club: Pandora’s Box; Learning to Stand, Breathe, and Eat; and Neblig and Joe Palook Summary & Analysis

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In the chapter “The Berlin Boxing Club,” Karl makes his first trek to Max’s club, which is located on the top floor of a textile factory. Worjyk, the owner of the club, tries to throw Karl out because he isn’t a member. Max comes into the club just in time to introduce Karl as his new protégée. Max instructs Neblig to set Karl up with a locker and some gear. Since Karl has no gloves, Neblig gives him an old pair of his. When Max learns Karl has not been in any fights, he asks Johann, a boxer who is practicing in the ring, to spar with him. In his first attempt to get into the ring, Karl trips and kicks...

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