Monster - Chapter 7, Saturday, July 11th Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7, Saturday, July 11th Summary

In the opening notes, Steve writes about his attorney. He tries to make small conversation with her, but she balks at the overture, and then apologizes for cutting him off. Steve thinks that she believes him to be guilty. The attorney catches Steve on a statement of his about not being guilty, possibly because he expresses the idea in a way that a guilty person might.

Another inmate receives a guilty verdict and expresses his reaction to it. Steve grows fearful as he thinks about what punishment he might receive if the jury finds him guilty. He rolls what he did and did not do around in his mind, and it does not make sense to him that he is guilty. Another prisoner explains why he should be found innocent of an attempted robbery. Steve thinks that the man is trying...

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