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Corelli's Mandolin - Study Guide Chapters 31-35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31 is called "A Problem with Eyes." Despite her intention to remain aloof from Corelli, Pelagia finds herself unable to keep from looking at him as he sits at the table of her father's house working on paperwork. They repeatedly catch one another's eyes, and then quickly look away. Pelagia decides she will not look away the next time he catches her looking, and the two engage in a comical staring contest that ends in laughter. Dr. Iannis scolds them lightly, and realizes the attraction that is forming between them.

Chapter 32 is called "Liberating the Masses (2)" and rejoins Mandras in his resistance group under a leader named Hector. Hector is stealing a sheep from a villager over the protests of the sheep owner. The other resistance groups supported by the British always pay for the sheep they take, he complains to Hector. Hector derides the...

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