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Letters from Prison, Soul on Ice Summary and Analysis

Cleaver begins the chapter by talking about the impression he makes on people. As a prisoner and convicted rapist, people expect him to be "penitent" and reserved. He says he continually lets people down on that point. Cleaver rather abruptly shifts gears and says that he's in love with his attorney. Cleaver says that he was busted with magazines provided by his lawyer and that he earned time in solitary confinement for the possession. He says that his fellow inmates say he'd been set up, as is the typical attitude about all attorneys. As a rule, the inmates expect to be crossed and believe lawyers are schooled in that art. Cleaver talks of the isolation, that family and friends seldom follow through with regular correspondence and are willing to turn their...

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