Eleven Short Stories = Undici Novelle - Mrs. Frola and Mr. Ponza, Her Son-In-Law Summary & Analysis

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Either Mrs. Frola or her son-in-law, Mr. Ponza, is insane, and everyone else may goe insane trying to decide which one it is.

Mr. Ponza had come to the town of Valdana with his wife and her mother, but rather than have his mother-in-law live with him and his wife, Mr. Ponza has set her up in her own apartment. That is enough to get the people of the town talking, but the situation is even stranger. Mr. Ponza does not let his wife leave their house or visit her mother.

Mrs. Frola is a pleasant old woman, and frequently visits the other ladies in Valdana. The other ladies are shocked at her son-in-law's cruel behavior and ask her how she puts up with it. She responds by defending her son-in-law. He is not cruel...

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