Iza's Ballad - Part III: Water, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Magda Szabo
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Ettie no longer receives letters home, but is not surprised by this as she does not respond. She doesn't know what she can say, as she does not want to seem ungrateful to Iza, but also cannot say only the positive parts of her situation, so she says nothing at all. She begins to develop a relationship with her neighbor, who invites her over to help make a cake and seems to enjoy talking to her, but her relationship with Domokos starts to decline as whenever he visits he wants her to answer questions, instead of conversing with her.

On Ettie's birthday, she has arranged to play a board game with Iza and Domokos, and secretly uses the neighbor's kitchen to bake pastries for the event. When Domokos arrives, however, he has managed to procure tickets to a concert and the...

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