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Invitation to a Beheading - Chapter Eleven Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eleven Summary

As all references to the execution are clipped out of Cincinnatus's daily papers, Cincinnatus asks the guards to stop bringing the papers. Instead of hot chocolate, the guards bring tea. Rodion's dislike of Cincinnatus is becoming obvious. Rodion brings back Cincinnatus's chair, with Pierre's teeth-marks, and a note from Pierre again emphasizing his strength.

Cincinnatus knows his cell better than any other room. There are four yellow walls, darkened by shadow except where the sunlight from the window hits them. The single-bulb light on the ceiling is maddeningly not quite in the center. The furniture consists of a cot, a table, and a chair, and only the chair can be moved. The spider lives up in the window, and the walls have been wiped clean of all writing. The water pitcher is gone, and the room seems like a waiting room...

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