The Berlin Boxing Club - Part II: Good-bye, Winzig; The 1937 Youth Boxing Championship; and Ice Cream Summary & Analysis

Robert Sharenow
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In the chapter “Good-bye Winzig,” Berlin returns its anti-Jewish signs and magazines to sight when the Olympics are finished. Karl is surprised one day when he goes to Herr Greenburg’s store and sees how depleted the stock has become. Herr Greenburg seems to have a defeated air about him. Karl buys the only two bottles of black ink left in the store. Herr Greenburg explains he’s having trouble getting supplies in stock, as doing business with Jewish business is now against the law. Greenburg coaxes Karl into buying an apple for himself and one for Hildy. Before Karl leaves the store, Herr Greenburg puts his hands on the boy’s head and recites a Jewish prayer for a safe journey. Karl notices that as the man prays, he seems to become more...

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