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Corelli's Mandolin Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 21-25 Summary

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Chapters 21-25 Summary

Chapter 21 is called "Pelagia's First Patient." Pelagia runs to fetch Mandras' mother, and together they cut his hair and bathe him. Pelagia finds she is able to recognize the cause of many of his sores and injuries and knows the treatment her father would use for them. When Dr. Iannis returns home, he finds Mandras and his mother sleeping in his home. He examines Mandras and praises his daughter for her excellent diagnoses and treatment.

Chapter 22 is called "Mandras Behind the Veil." It is the internal narrative of how Mandras came to his present state. His military unit was wiped out by German troops and he was the only survivor. He made his way through ice and snow back to Cephallonia, driven by the memory of Pelagia and home. He had not answered any of Pelagia's letters because he could not read. He carried the...

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