Death at La Fenice - Chapters 18-19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18-19 Summary

As Chapter 18 begins, Michele calls Brunetti back at one in the morning, waking him from a sound sleep. Brunetti learns that Wellauer had an affair with Clemenza and after she went under house arrest, impregnated one of her sisters, who died during an abortion. The other sister went to Argentina after the war, and Michele believes she died there. Clemenza's voice was not the same after the war, and her career ended. Michele's father met Wellauer once and did not like him. Brunetti says that he will call his friend if any of the information turns into a story.

In Chapter 19, Brunetti wakes the next morning and starts the coffee, catching it just as it boils over when he gets back from the bathroom. He goes out on the terrace and views the mountains in the distance, hears the church bells...

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