The UnAmericans - The Old World, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 15 – 26. The day after their wedding, Howard and Svetlana travel to the Ukraine for their honeymoon, Svetlana becoming increasingly uncomfortable, which Howard initially believes is the result of a fear of flying. Narration refers to Svetlana’s efforts to convince Howard that such a trip would be a good honeymoon, that he could see where his family grew up. He comments that he never felt inclined to look backwards but always forwards: nevertheless, he agrees to go.

After an uncomfortable taxi ride from the airport, and after their arrival at their shabby hotel, Svetlana seems even more uncomfortable and upset. Howard attempts to make love with her, but she says she’s jetlagged and needs sleep. After a short nap, Howard sees she is still upset, and chooses to leave her on her own. As he’s going out, he hears...

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