The Fixer - Study Guide Chapter 6, Part 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Part 6 Summary

Yakov is remembering his ex-wife. He describes her very vividly, as he reflects on his life to this point. He thinks back to his simple and happy life with Raisl. Even then, Yakov was a free thinker. He convinced Raisl it was ok to have premarital sex and not to be afraid of the synagogue.

She always begged Yakov to flee Russia, but he wanted to save money. They grew estranged by the end of their marriage and stayed in separate rooms. Neither of them was happy with life and Yakov thinks now it was wrong to convince her to marry him. His was the wrong future for Raisl.

Chapter 6, Part 6 Analysis

This section completely changes point of view. It is told from first person with Yakov's perspective. The language and syntax and sentence structure are altered to use Yakov's voice rather than that of...

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