In the Company of the Courtesan - Part 3: Chapters 36-37 Summary & Analysis

Sarah Dunant
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Part 3: Chapters 36-37 Summary

Conditions in the jail are horrifying, and La Draga is only a shadow of her former self. However, she has brought comfort to her comrades in with her, with what few remedies she is still capable of making. Bucio brings her food, but also potions to sleep and to ease pain, hoping that she will be able to take it before she is killed. He tries to explain to her what happened, but she does not want excuses; instead, the two of them just hold each other. When they awaken, the guards make Bucio leave before he can be caught.

Later, La Draga is executed and Bucino and Fiammatta are both beside themselves. Soon after, however, a little girl appears on their doorstep. It is La Draga's daughter, who Bucino recognizes from his journey to the village. Although she...

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