The Berlin Boxing Club - Part II: Concentration; A Real Fighter; Early Dismissal; and Bertram Heigel Summary & Analysis

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In the chapter “Concentration,” it begins raining right after Karl’s fight. The fights are canceled and Karl runs home, excited to share his success with someone. Hildy is happy for him and has drawn a cartoon in celebration of his win. Hildy tells him also that their mother got a phone call that had upset her. She’s gone out to find their father. It is 11 p.m. before their parents return home. They are arguing about hiring a lawyer. They tell the children that Uncle Jakob has been put in jail because of his political group. Hildy is worried they will be arrested as well. Rebecca tells Sig they need to do something, they need to leave, maybe go to America. Sig tells her they don’t have the money they need...

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