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The Fixer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9, Part 6 Summary

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Chapter 9, Part 6 Summary

Yakov is removed from the prison and driven to trial. He makes note of the nature outside the carriage windows, as he rides away and thinks of all the seasons he has missed in prison. He is stunned to discover masses of people on the streets, as his carriage drives by. The soldier escorting him yells out Yakov's name to the crowd and Yakov yells his innocence to them. Yakov smiles.

When he arrives at the court, Yakov is nervous at the sight of the oppressive crowd. He envisions a discussion with the jury, when a bomb explodes outside the carriage. It has killed the young soldier and the horse he rode. Yakov envisions himself back in the shtetl, as chaos ensues. The rider's foot has been blown off by the bomb.

The sight of the missing foot enrages Yakov. As the carriage hurries onward...

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