The Berlin Boxing Club - Part III: The Last Picasso; The Mongrel; Return to the Berlin Boxing Club; and The Rematch Summary & Analysis

Robert Sharenow
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In the chapter “The Last Picasso,” Karl keeps up his boxing training, but has not returned to the boxing club. One night Karl is working out with his punching bag when his mother comes downstairs. She tells Karl she knows he has been kicked out of boxing, but also knows that he’ll fight again. She shares with him that a lack of passion was the real reason she stopped painting, she sense he still has that passion for boxing. She tells him that both she and Karl’s father think he has the makings of greatness even though his father hides it. Before she goes upstairs, she tells Karl his father needs his help. Karl wants to tell his mother that he loves her, but isn’t able...

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