Winter of the World: Book Two of the Century Trilogy - Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21-25 Summary

In Chapter 21, Volodya and Zoya move into their own apartment following the war. But the NKVD breaks down their door, blaming the Americans for getting the bomb first on Zoya and her fellows. They have come to arrest her, but Volodya tries to stop them, and is promptly beaten up. Volodya leater learns that Zoya has been arrested to make sure Volodya comes back on his new mission- to the United States, to convince Wilhelm Frunze to come back to the Soviet side. Volodya is amazed by the beauty and prosperity of the United States. He travels to Albuquerque, There, Volodya meets up with Frunze. Frunze, and many of the scientists, regret their participation in building the bomb. Frunze is able to play on Frunze's emotions to get him to consider helping the Soviets build their own bomb. Two days later...

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