Bluebeard - Chapters 29-32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 29-32 Summary

Over tea, Marilee tells the story of how she and Fred Jones had followed Dan Gregory to Italy, before America was involved in the war. Mussolini treated them as celebrities.

With permission, Dan and Fred had donned Italian uniforms so they could accompany the soldiers in order to draw them. Unfortunately, both Dan and Fred died along with the soldiers during battle. They were then known as heroes in Italy.

Marilee kept her celebrity status and started spending time with Count Portomaggiore. He was secretly homosexual- an offense punishable by death. He was also the head of British Intelligence in Italy. He proposed to Marilee on orders from Mussolini. At first Marilee said no but an American spy approached her and asked her to accept, so she can alert the United States should she come across any key information. Marilee consented...

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