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Corelli's Mandolin Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 46-50 Summary

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Chapters 46-50 Summary

Chapter 46 is called "Bunnios." The solitary goatherd Alekos watches the war unfold below him, unaffected by the turmoil. One day he witnesses a British spy parachute from a plane and feeds the man for several days, believing him to be some kind of angel sent from God. Alekos takes the spy to Dr. Iannis, who learns his name is "Bunny" Warren, a British lieutenant. Dr., Iannis gives him some clothes and sends him on his way.

Chapter 47 is entitled "Dr. Iannis Counsels his Daughter." Iannis sits down with his daughter and offers practical advice to her about her growing romance with Corelli. She at first denies any feelings for him, but he sees through her denial. He reminds her she is still betrothed to Mandras, and that if she decides to marry Corelli she would have to leave Greece because other Greeks would not accept...

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