The Night Journey - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 7, Wolf Levinson, a man who worked with Joe at the factory, avoided contact with others. Rumor associated him with the Jewish villages of Vishnagova and Vesnatefka that were obliterated by the Russians. One woman who accidently came in contact with Wolf fainted when she saw him. She told others the reason she fainted was because of the terror she saw in his eyes.

Joe realized he was the desperate one, not Wolf, but went to the furnace room to talk to him anyway. He told Wolf that his family had to leave Russia in order for them to survive as a family. He pleaded for help to find a wagon on which they could leave town as well as a contact at the border. It seemed that when Joe made a joke as he looked at Wolf that he’d seen...

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