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The Fixer - Chapter 3, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Part 3 Summary

Back in his cell, Yakov begins to question his circumstances. He is aware that he has lost his ability to make sense of the world and feels this is their plan. He is filled with panic. The two other men in his cell begin to describe their own interrogations and arrests. They are being held and abused on ridiculous charges like Yakov's - one man for holding a bag of pamphlets for a stranger and the other for being confused with an anarchist.

When Yakov tells them why he is being held, they attack him. The men insist he is a murderer of children and of Christ. They beat him senseless and Yakov awakes late in the night to see rats crawling on his body.

Chapter 3, Part 3 Analysis

This section adds to the despair of Yakov's situation. Anti-Semitism is so powerful in Kiev that even...

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