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Corelli's Mandolin - Study Guide Chapters 61-65 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 61 is called "Every Parting is a Foretaste of Death." On his last day before leaving the island, Corelli does not hide in his shack but spends it with Pelagia. He renews his promise to return to her after the war is over. Dr. Iannis tells him he will always be welcome, and formally gives his blessing to their marriage. After dark, Bunny Warren leads the three of them to the seashore where he signals a waiting fishing boat. Corelli boards the boat and is gone. Pelagia stands in the surf and cries.

Chapter 62 is entitled "Of the German Occupation." With the Italians gone, the Germans occupy the island until 1944, when the tide has turned against Germany and they are ordered to withdraw. Günter Weber, ashamed to face Pelagia and the doctor, secretly leaves the phonograph player and records he had promised to give...

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