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The Chamber - Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21-25 Summary

While Adam is interviewing Wyn Lettner over the weekend, Garner Goodman has been busy in Chicago. He has drafted, on behalf of Adam, the petition arguing that the gas chamber is not appropriate. Adam files the petition in court on Monday morning and visits Sam later that day. Adam informs Sam that he isn't the only one with reservations about Sam's stories—Wyn also believes that Sam had an accomplice. The conversation turns personal and becomes heated. Adam has trouble believing that his grandfather committed the crimes he had been convicted of. However, since Sam would not name an accomplice, and takes responsibility for the crime as his own, Adam is left to ponder what that says about his grandfather's moral character. He wonders why Sam could kill so easily, and demands truthful answers to tough questions. He wonders aloud...

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