In the Company of the Courtesan - Part 3: Chapters 27-29 Summary & Analysis

Sarah Dunant
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Part 3: Chapters 27-29 Summary

Almost recovered, but still weak, Bucino decides to set off to see La Draga. He is intrigued by this woman, now, who would spend so much time with him when he has been nothing but rude to her. He doesn't quite understand his motives in searching for her, but knows that it is the right thing to do. As she tells no one where she lives, he has to follow her.

Unfortunately, this requires a journey by boat, which terrifies him. He sits behind her, though realizes that he has little to fear, as she is blind and could not see him following her in any case. After disembarking the boat, she goes to church to pray; Bucino follows her, always staying in the background. After she returns home, he knocks on the door and asks to see her...

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