Yeah, I guess. Although we won't be able to go out alot with the siege arriving.
It's starting to snow!!!
Your sister is right, the Germans are coming and we need to be ready.
Hi Anna, your father said it was alright for me to stay here for a while.The Germans attacked my area and I have no where else to go, can I come in?
Yes, of course Marina, come in.
Anna is preparing dinner for, Kolya her younger brother, and Mikhail her father(the Levin's). Anna takes care of the family, as her mom passed away while giving birth to Kolya. Mikhail is too busy writing novels to take care of Kolya, leaving Anna to be like a mother to him.
I am a friend of your fathers, Andrei, and am here to inform you that he has been shot.
Who are you?
Winter is arriving and Kolya is excited. Anna usually is excited and loves the snow but does'nt seem so much this year. While all she is thinking about is the Germans attacking them and destroying their small apartment room. The next day Mikhail went to the borders of Leningrad with his friend Andrei to help defend the city where also other men were.
There isn't anytime for crying. It's getting colder and colder and we are out of food. I am going out to get our bread, Kolya is starving.
WHY DID YOU LEAVE US!!!
Marina is a good friend of Mikhail. She is a famous actress but wasn't liked by Anna's mother, Vera. Anna therefore didn't like her too but wondered why. Few days later the food was going low, Anna had to start going outside in the harsh weather to get food, where Kolya was taken care of by Marina.
While defending Leningrad Mikhail got shot in the chest. Andrei, his friend who is also a doctor comes to inform Anna about the news. Anna lets Andrei in the apartment and they speak. They then continue to see each other. Mikhail comes home a few days later but hasn't yet recovered.
Mikhail dies and Marina starts to ball. Anna knows that by crying, nothing would happen. Kolya starts to grow thin because of the starvation so Anna has to go everyday outside into the harsh cold world to get hers and her families pieces of bread from their ration card. The ration card is what the government made for the people of Leningrad when food is low.
Winter is over and the siege comes to an end. Andrei, Anna, and Kolya go out to pick flowers on a nice warm day. They began to grow vegetables and fruits, and were stocked up again, just like the old days.