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The Chamber - Chapters 30-34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 30-34 Summary

Adam decides that visiting Marvin Kramer's family would be a good idea. Not only does he feel the need to apologize for his grandfather's crimes, he also thinks it is a good strategy in his grandfather's defense. Adam correctly assumes that Mr. Kramer is looking forward to Sam's death. He had even been quoted as saying that he hoped to be in attendance. When Mr. Kramer thinks about Sam, he rightfully thinks about the family members Sam was convicted of killing. Adam thinks that it is important for Mr. Kramer to realize that Sam has a family, too. Adam's father had been so tormented by Sam's crimes that he had committed suicide. Adam had lost his father and is now likely to lose his grandfather. Adam hopes that Kramer would consider this angle. It is rumored that Mr. Kramer and the...

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