The Idiot - Part III Ch. I-V Summary & Analysis

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Part III Ch. I-V Summary

As Madam Yephanchn marches the Prince to her house, thoughts rush through her mind. She wonders in particular about Aglaya, and if Aglaya is serious about either the Prince or Ganja. She mentions a letter that someone sent, saying Aglaya has been in contact with Natassya Flippovna.

The Prince sits at the Yephanchin's table looking very pale. Aglaya sits in the corner, and the Prince can feel her black eyes on him. Radomsky argues against Russian liberalism and claims the liberals are against Russia. He asks the Prince's opinion on the matter and he agrees with Radomsky. However, his serious words lead to the others making fun of him. Radomsky claims he did not expect a serious answer. Alexandrai asks Myshkin why, if he sees things so clearly, did he let Burdovsky take advantage of him. Madam...

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