Questions and Answers: Part 3—The Third Hearing—Chapter 3

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1. What did No. 1 say to the American journalist?

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2. What does Rubashov want on the third night after his talk with Ivanov?

3. When does Rubashov realize how old he is?

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4. What is Rubashov’s demand for Gletkin?

5. Why was the alleged plot to poison No. 1 impossible?

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1. No. 1 told the American journalist the American crisis was over and business was back to normal.

2. Rubashov wants a warm female body on the third night after his talk with Ivanov.

3. Rubashov realizes his age just before he tells Gletkin he wants to make a statement.

4. Rubashov demands that Gletkin let him prove his devotion to the Party.

5. The alleged plot to poison No. 1 was impossible because neither Rubashov nor Hare-lip knew Hare-lip’s future job at the time they are accused of making the plot.

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