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The Fencing Master Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter VI, pages 171-180 Summary

Arturo Pérez-Reverte
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Chapter VI, pages 171-180 Summary

Don Jaime finds Carceles at Café Progreso, and he takes Carceles away from the others to speak to him. He vaguely explains the matter and says that he trusts in Carceles complete discretion. The two men go to Don Jaime's residence, and before giving Carceles the file, Don Jaime again asks for Carceles's promise of discretion.

Carceles appears surprised when he sees the letterhead, and then he reads all of the letters. Carceles remains quiet for a moment after reading the letters and then appears excited. He begins to tell Don Jaime something, but the two men are interrupted by a knock at the door. Carceles says to get rid of whoever is at the door because they must speak.

A policeman is at the door, and he says Chief Campillo has sent him, and Don Jaime must come. As Don...

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