Disgrace - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

David attends the hearing in front of a committee of his peers. It consists of Farodia Rassool, from Social Sciences, Desmond Swarts, Dean of Engineering, and a man he does not know. Manas Mathabane, Professor of Religious Studies, is heading the committee. Also present is Aram Hakim, his secretary, and a young woman who is an observer from the Coalition Against Discrimination. David feels confident as he walks into the room, even though he knows that this confidence might hurt him in this process. The committee informs David that this is not a trial, but just an inquiry into the facts of the case. The committee's job is to make a recommendation in this case. David is informed that there are two charges against him: first is Melanie Isaacs' charge, and second is the charge from the Registrar related to the validity of...

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