The Queue - Part Six, Chapters 1-6: "Document No. 6," "Annex 1," "The Nightmare," "Winter," "The Booth," "Tarek's Proposal" Summary & Analysis

Basma Abdel Aziz
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“Document No. 6” explains the other documents and lists who may view the file, including Gate officials and attending medical personnel, and Tarek notices how much has been added over the past few months. He reads Yehya’s life story, realizing how similar he and Yehya are even in the details of their school extracurricular activities. He reads the paragraphs about Amani’s history and movements, about Nagy’s, and about Ehab’s. In the section about Nagy, the writer claims that he was given his post as a university philosophy lecturer merely so that “he could remain under the security forces’ supervision” (195). Every movement Yehya has made throughout the novel is noted in the surveillance report, including events the reader was not told, such as Yehya’s second meeting with Mrs...

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