History - 1946 - 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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1946 - 5 and 6 Summary

On one of Nino's frequent visits he brings a new dog named Bella, whom he has acquired from an incarcerated friend. A two-year old "shepherdess," she has had two litters of pups, and has become Nino's sidekick. Bella has a large vocabulary for a dog and remembers her former master's name, Antonio. Useppe and Bella bond quickly and when Nino argues with his landlord, he moves into Ida's home with Bella, which pleases Ida. Ida imagines having her little family together again, and suggests Nino might go back to school for a diploma. But Nino feels he is part of a new beginning, and now that his generation knows how to use guns, leaders will never control them again. His talk of guns frightens Ida. Nino leaves again, and promises Useppe he will return with a jeep.

Ida takes Useppe to...

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