The Idiot - Part III Ch. VI Summary & Analysis

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Part III Ch. VI Summary

Hippolite continues reading and talks of meeting Rogozhin. Rogozhin left a great impression on Hippolite and he recalls the religious painting in Rogozhin's hallway. One day, Rogozhin walked into Hippolite's bedroom, sat down and stared at him. His presence was not expected and frightens Hippolite so much he cannot speak. In the morning. Hippolite finds out it would have been impossible for Rogozhin to enter because the servants had locked all the doors.

Hippolite says he has a small pistol in his pocket and his aim is to shoot himself in the head at sunrise in Pavlovsk Park. He says the letter he has just read is his last Will and Testament. Suddenly Hippolite jumps up and declares it is now sunrise. No one knows what he is talking about until Vera runs up to Hippolite and...

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