Iza's Ballad - Part II: Fire, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Magda Szabo
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Iza begins to spend more time at work. This does not seem unusual to her colleagues, as she is respected and known to be thorough. She is not, however, staying because of patients, but because of her mother at home. She loves her parents, has always done her best by them, and planned her apartment knowing that one of them would be moving in when the other died. Nonetheless, having her mother there, constantly worrying about her, is not what Iza imagined and she finds it irritating.

Iza finds herself wondering who she can ask about how to solve the problem with her mother, but can no longer talk to Antal and does not feel comfortable speaking to her new partner, Domokos. He was originally a patient who sent her flowers following a consultation, but is also a writer and she...

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