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Meet the person who’s right for you thanks to our detailed search.Jim and Antonia also spend time with Peter, one of the two Russians who live nearby and work a small farm with chickens on it. Shimerda kills himself after a long battle with homesickness.When Peter's friend Pavel grows ill, Jim and Antonia finally hear the story of how, when they lived in Russia, their sledge was run down by wolves, and everyone in their caravan was killed. Unable to support themselves, they fall into debt in Nebraska and lose their farm. His family, Antonia included, must fend for themselves.Antonia goes to work for Wick Cutter, the money-lender who destroyed Peter back in Book I.As soon as she starts her new job, she starts partying like Lena does.

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