In the Company of the Courtesan - Part 3: Chapters 24-26 Summary & Analysis

Sarah Dunant
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Part 3: Chapters 24-26 Summary

In Chapter 24, somebody saves Bucino from his death by water: as Bucino recovers, he realizes that it is the Turk, both from Pietro's party and from the street, before that. The Turk pulls him out of the water and makes sure that he is alive. However, as Bucino is very ill, the Turk leads him home so that he can recover there.

Fiammetta does not realize what has happened to Bucino, though; when he returns home, they have another terrible argument, in which she hurls insults at him and he responds in kind. Throughout this argument, though, he is struggling to keep conscious, and has trouble hearing and processing the reality around him. It appears as though he has a very high fever. Luckily, this is discovered sometime afterward. He wakes after a long illness to hear Fiammetta discussing...

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