The Berlin Boxing Club - Part III: Broken Glass; Drop Cloth; An Evening Stroll with Our Aunt; and The Feint Summary & Analysis

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Summary

In the chapter “Broken Glass,” wild speculations are made about Max’s loss to Louis. Karl has seen a photo of Max and Anny returning to the hotel where he has sent his note but he hasn’t gotten any response from Max. As the months go by, the Nazis put more and more restrictions on Jews. Karl’s mother reaches her breaking point when 15,000 Polish Jews are sent back to Poland by the Nazis. She yells at Sig to do something. He leaves and is gone all day. When he finally returns, he smells like cigars and liquor. He and Rebecca argue again. The next morning, the newspaper states a deported Polish Jew has shot a German diplomat. As they eat dinner that night, the policeman Dolph Lutz knocks...

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