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The Reader Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary

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Part 2, Chapter 6 Summary

As the trial begins, Hanna vehemently contests a minor point in the record. The judge tells her she had been previously furnished with a copy of the record, and her time to correct errors has passed. Later the judge states that the survivor's book will be entered into the record without being read. Hanna, alone, demands that the book be read to the court. The judge declines to have the book read because, although the book has not been published, pre-publication manuscript copies have been made available to all of the defendants. As the trial proceeds, Hanna is accused of having been in possession of the key to the church's doors. She claims she did not have the key, but the judge produces a written statement, signed by Hanna, wherein she admits to having had the key.

During the trial, the judge expresses disgust that...

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