Lydia meets with Helena, Elizabeth, and Vidala, instructing them to seek out potential traitors. She recounts a mass execution of educated women after her arrest.
In her manuscript, Lydia writes about the time after her arrest, being rounded up with other women who were lawyers and judges. They were divided up by profession, with the doctors rounded up in a group next to them. She also recalls being determined to survive.
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