The Fencing Master - Chapter VI, pages 156-171 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter VI, pages 156-171 Summary

As Don Jaime leaves Don Luis's residence, Campillo tells him to come to his office the following day for more questioning. Don Jaime does not want to believe that Dona Adela is involved in the murder, but the evidence, particularly the timing and the use of a fencing technique Don Jaime taught to Dona Adela, is hard to ignore. Don Jaime decides to go home and read the file. He thinks the prudent thing would be to turn the file over to the police, but he wants answers for himself first. During the carriage ride home, Don Jaime analyzes past events, and he wonders if the murderer knows that he is in possession of the file.

As Don Jaime opens the file, the papers spill out and fall across the floor. He gathers them and tries to put them back in...

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