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The Gates of November: Chronicles of the Slepak Family Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Russia

Russia is the country where Solomon and Volodya lived. It was filled with political strife.

New York

New York is where Solomon lived and joined a revolutionary circle.

Philadelphia

Philadelphia was a city known for helping refuseniks.

Kopys

Kopys was the town in which Solomon was born.

Yeshiva

Yeshiva is the name given to an academy for higher Jewish learning. It was Solomon's father's dream that Solomon would attend a yeshiva.

Vladivostok

Vladivostok was Russia's gateway to the Pacific. Solomon set up a Bolshevik press in this city in 1918.

Chita

Chita was a city in Siberia where Solomon lived while he was editor in chief of the Far Eastern "Pravda."

Moscow

Moscow was the city where Volodya was born. It was where he lived while trying to obtain his exit visa.

Tokyo

Solomon and his wife liven in Tokyo when Solomon was sole representative of Soviet Russia...

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