The Fixer - Study Guide Chapter 6, Part 8 Summary & Analysis

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Yakov is finally to be indicted. He is given his clothing back and taken to court. People in the trolley recognize Yakov as the murderer. Yakov enjoys the break in the monotony but is sad at their reactions and fantasizes over speaking to a lawyer.

In the courtroom, the prosecuting attorney is as cruel to Yakov as before. He says a lawyer will be of no help to Yakov and that the Tsar himself wishes Yakov to be convicted of this horrible crime. Yakov is looking at a lifetime of solitary confinement. The prosecutor reads the absurd evidence again and says the Tsar has read it all, as well. In addition, they accuse him of confessing in his sleep and produce notebooks full of the guards' notes while Yakov dreamed.

They urge him to confess his horrible crimes. They infer that things will go very...

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