The Fixer - Study Guide Chapter 5, Part 5 Summary & Analysis

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Yakov roasts in solitary confinement for three days before he is dragged out in the middle of the night. Bibikov has come to question him while the warden is on vacation. He secures a private meeting with Yakov and begs forgiveness for not discussing the obvious poor treatment Yakov is receiving. Yakov understands but begs only for a pair of shoes, as he the prison issued ones hurt his feet terribly.

Bibikov begins to tell Yakov how much he wants Yakov to be free. Bibikov has recently traveled to the capital to tell the Minister of Justice that Yakov's only crime has been living illegally in an area forbidden to Jews. Bibikov explained how the evidence has been mystical and circumstantial, but the officials expect Bibikov to prove Yakov is guilty. The Russian government wants Yakov's head. Bibikov lives in as much fear as Yakov...

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