Iza's Ballad - Part III: Water, Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Magda Szabo
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Preparing to return home for the installation of Vince's headstone makes Ettie happy, even though Iza adjusts her packing and arrangements, worried about how Ettie will be able to manage her heavy bags, and their farewell on the train is somewhat distant. As the train pulls away from the station, Domokos kisses Iza on the platform, which leads her to decide that she will marry him. During the journey, Ettie does not recognize the countryside, but the landscape becomes more familiar once the train has passed Dorozs and she is approaching the village where she had lived all her life. Arriving in the village, she finally feels that she is home, but when her bag blocks the tram door and people become frustrated with her, she is again aware of doing the wrong thing.

As she walks from the tram stop...

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