The Great Railway Bazaar: By Train Through Asia - Chapter 30, part 1, 2 and 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30, part 1, 2 and 3 Summary and Analysis

Chap, 30, Part 1- The author takes the ship, M.V. Khabarosk to Nakhoda in Siberia and has a cabin with two Australians and a young Swede. The author meets Nikola, a Yugoslav who speaks English and Russian and translates the bartender's Russian for the author. Nikola is pro-communist and has no sympathy for Djilas, a persecuted Yugoslav author. The Sea of Japan is rough and many of the passengers become seasick. The author recovers over night and hears war stories from a Russian seaman; by evening the ship reaches the port of Nakhoda.

Part 2- The author pays extra for a compartment in "soft class." After a wait in the sub-zero cold, the passengers get on board the train, the Vostok. The author is amazed that his compartment is large and comfortable, with rugs, mirrors and goose...

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