Exodus - Book 1, Chapters 6-7 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Chapters 6-7 Summary

Mandria, a Greek Cypriot who operates the island's taxicabs, opens his home to David and Ari. David has been on Cyprus for months, incognito, organizing the hopeless Jews interdicted at sea and interned here. Ari comes with orders to stage a mass escape for propaganda reasons. David says chances of getting 300 detainees out by sea are remote but not impossible if they convince a brilliant but uncooperative forger to help. Mandria, who loves cat-and-mouse games, pledges to secure a ship, but he is offended when Ari dismisses him as a paid agent. The Greek insists he is risking life and fortune, for if the Jews can throw Britain out of Palestine, his people may be inspired to rebel. Ari apologizes. A passing armored caravan fills David with rage and Mandria with tears, but Ari shows no emotion. More broken...

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