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

Rachel Seiffert
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As Micha stands in the home of Kolesnik, he is embarrassed by his previous visit, but the older couple makes him feel at home. Micha promises to take a photo of Elena and Jozef together, since they have only had one photo taken together in their lives, and Elena is pleased. Micha and Kolesnik have agreed that Micha can tape record their conversations and the two spend the first day getting used to the recorder. The following day, Micha begins asking Kolesnik questions regarding the occupation. He explains that the German planes and army came to the village first, and the SS men and police came later, and stayed. The Belarusians and Germans set up a new government, complete with curfews and a new way of farming. Previously, there had been a collective farming community, but when the German occupation began...

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