The Fixer - Chapter 4, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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The police now drag Yakov to the cave where Zhenia was murdered. The colonel notices there is a road from the rocky cave that leads to the brickyard. Bibikov notices the road to Zhenia's house is even shorter and more direct. The priest begins to speak, explaining why Jews ritually murder Christian children and drain their blood. The priest explains that the Jews believe this will bring the Messiah. He says Jews need to drink Christian blood to prolong their own lives. He goes on to explain magic numbers and their use in crimes and sacrifice. Yakov screams that the story is a "fairy tale" and is quite afraid for his life.

Yakov tries to reason with the officials. While the priest claims the Jews need blood, Yakov explains how the bible forbids them to eat blood, inviting them to examine the Old...

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