The Fixer - Study Guide Chapter 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Yakov is led to an interrogation room, where Bibikov speaks to him under the watchful stare of a painting of Tsar Nicholas II. Yakov is very uneasy, as Bibikov reads from a deposition of Nikolai. Nikolai gave official statements that Yakov was deceitful and nervous from the start. Nikolai told the officials that Yakov was twitchy and reluctant to accept generous offers from him.

Yakov requests to speak to a lawyer and is denied. Bibikov tells him the truth is all Yakov needs at this point. Yakov admits to hiding his religion and admits to taking Nikolai's favors with reluctance. He also tells Bibikov about his constant worry of being found out. Yakov then gets himself in a tight spot by telling Bibikov he has lost his faith. The two men twist words for a while, as Yakov insists he is not a religious man...

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