V For Vendetta - Study Guide Book 1, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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All of the high government officials are departing from the weekly Sunday mass. Derek is asked about the terrorist. Though he appears to be uncomfortable discussing V's case, he does share some information. Derek admits that V blew up the Old Bailey - that it was not a planned demolition. Walking away, Derek yells at Rosemary, who did nothing to provoke her husband. Derek appears to be a verbally abusive individual, particularly to his wife.

Bishop Lilliman watches from his window as the congregation leaves. He indicates to Dennis, his assistant, that his sermon contains elements that are suggested by Fate. He is also open about his "human" side, when he suggests to Dennis that he brings in the girl. The reader learns that the bishop has a weak spot for young girls. Evey is the young girl in question. She is dressed...

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