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The Fixer - Chapter 6, Part 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Part 5 Summary

During his imprisonment, Yakov ponders all the things he studied before his capture. He thinks through biology and philosophy and religion lessons. He has nothing to do with his mind and pieces together bits of psalms that he now recites in Hebrew every day in his cell. The guards listen to him chanting in Hebrew, but Yakov does not care. He has grown bitter and laughs at God.

Chapter 6, Part 5 Analysis

This brief segment continues to develop Yakov's unease with his situation. It shows that his mind is still active and unsettling, because Yakov is finally turning to his Jewish roots that he has spent the novel thus far trying to escape.

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