A Bell for Adano - Chapter 28, 29 & 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28, 29 & 30 Summary

Private First Class Everett B. Banto is reading someone else's mail when he sees that a letter has been addressed improperly. He doesn't think that Americans will ever win the war with their constant mistakes and re-addresses the report to go to the right person. It is the report from Purvis about Joppolo's ignorance of Marvin's command about the carts in Adano.

Joppolo goes to the Navy Club to meet Livingston for a drink with his friends at exactly six o'clock. There are twelve of them and by the end; all of the officers are supporters of Joppolo. Joppolo tells the story about Adano's bell and how it has been lost for its people. Thanks to the drink, which helps his mind to relax, he tells the store beautifully and he has the perfect audience: the Navy is filled with tradition and these...

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