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Il Giorno Della Civetta - Section 7, pp. 74-82 Summary & Analysis

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Section 7, pp. 74-82 Summary

Marchica, believing that he has already been betrayed by Pizzuco, writes a full confession, knowing that he is sending himself and Pizzuco to prison. Marchica has spent so much time in prison already that he does not really mind. The officers show Marchica's confession to Pizzuco, which fills Pizzuco with rage. He also confesses to his own version of the story, which is surprisingly similar to the false confession that the police had forged.

In Marchica's story, Colasberna insults Pizzuco to the point that Pizzuco offers Marchica a large sum of money to kill Colasberna, and even offers to supply a gun, and a safe place to hide afterward. Marchica kills Colasberna, then later tells Pizzuco that he ran into Nicolosi. Pizzuco assures Marchica that he will take care of the problem, and Marchica hides out in the home of Pizzuco's sister in...

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