The Berlin Boxing Club - Part II: A Prayer: Uniform Shirts and Rotten Apples; The Secret History of Jewish Boxers; and Stern vs. Strasser Summary & Analysis

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In the chapter “A Prayer,” Greta and Karl meet each other in the park across from her school each week. They share their hopes and dreams with each other. Greta dreams of going to France. When Karl tells her about his upcoming boxing match, she is unhappy and tells him she doesn’t understand why someone would want to risk getting hurt for no reason. He explains boxing seems safer than the real world as there are rules in boxing that don’t exist in the real world. These rules give him a chance of winning, he says. Greta promises to say a prayer for Karl. As they walk toward their apartment together, Greta and Karl see two of his friends from school. Karl isn’t...

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