The Dark Room - Study Guide "Micha," Belarus, Easter 1998 Summary & Analysis

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Mina comes to the train station to see Micha off to Minsk and gives him pretzels for the journey. As he arrives in the city, he checks into a hotel, but is unable to sleep. In the morning, he finds himself disoriented in the foreign city. He purchases a map, and finds it scattered with red dots. Looking in the atlas, he discovers these marks represent areas of the city where Nazi atrocities occurred, such as razed villages, cleared Jewish ghettos, and executions.

Micha makes his way to a village where Opa spent his final days fighting in the war. Unable to find a hotel, Micha asks a car mechanic who, unable to speak English or German, still manages to mime that he will allow Micha to stay in his home. Micha loves the cozy room, and agrees to stay for...

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