A Bell for Adano - Chapter 13, 14 & 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, 14 & 15 Summary

Cacopardo Matteo tells Major Joppolo that he knows where the Germans are hiding, waiting for another attack. Joppolo tells him that he needs to go to General Marvin with his information and writes him a letter of introduction. Cacopardo travels to the General's base and is put through a fruitless rigmarole to see the General. Finally, when he does enter the General's room, he sees that he and another officer are chipping their knives into the priceless furniture that his friend once owned. Cacopardo is so outraged that rather than tell the General his crucial information about the Germans, he tells them that they are barbarians. Needless to say, this proclamation does not go over well with the General and Cacopardo is shown to the door.

Captain Purvis is very critical of Major Joppolo behind his back, but to his face, he is...

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