The Fixer - Study Guide Chapter 9, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Part 2 Summary

The prosecuting attorney comes to see Yakov in the middle of the night. He tells Yakov that the Jews had better stop pressing him to go to trial before he has gathered all the evidence. Yakov refuses to stand any longer before this man, savoring his few hours of respite from the chains. He tells the prosecutor to shoot him if he wants to. Yakov is scolded for insolence. He is threatened with a massacre on the Jewish people if he does not cooperate. He tells Yakov the Jews are already being watched and the Tsar has been notified to watch for an uprising. Yakov calmly demands to be brought to trial. He mentions the death of Bibikov and the attorney leaves in a huff.

Chapter 9, Part 2 Analysis

As the formerly imposing characters continue to harass Yakov, he is no longer afraid of them. Yakov...

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