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It is the afternoon. Zuckerman questions himself about why he is in Prague and why he has to secure the manuscript. He wonders if the manuscript is even that good and if retrieving it is worth the trouble. Olga and Zuckerman have a conversation. She says she wants to marry him. He wants the stories. He offers her $10,000 for the stories. She says nothing is worth it. He says she does not care about literature. She says she loves literature, but not as much as keeping things from Sisovsky. Olga says Sisovsky will publish the stories under his own name, not his father's. Zuckerman says he can make sure that does not happen. He offers for her to marry one of his friends, but she wants to marry him.

Olga says Zuckerman wants to be a hero to the Jews&mdash...

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