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Corelli's Mandolin - Chapters 26-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-30 Summary

Chapter 26 is entitled "Sharp Edges." Corelli continues to be somewhat baffled by Pelagia, who intentionally treats him brusquely. She begins to soften more, however, when she finds him playing happily with the girl Lemoni. On the day the Italians arrived, Mandras had climbed from his bed, cured. He decided he would go away and fight with the resistance, and comes to Pelagia to tell her his plan. She is upset.

Chapter 27 is called "A Discourse on Mandolins and a Concert." Corelli wakes up early and quietly practices his mandolin so as not to wake Pelagia. She does waken and is pleased to hear the music. Later, Dr. Iannis and Pelagia insist that Corelli play a piece for them, but Dr., Iannis is frustrated when Corelli silently taps out the orchestral parts when the mandolin does not play.

Chapter 28 is called "Liberating the Masses (1)" Mandras has...

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