Iza's Ballad - Part IV: Air, Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Magda Szabo
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At the police station, the drunk and the nightwatchman continue to try to explain their experience; the former to Iza and the latter to the police. Iza is unsympathetic, but Domokos shakes the drunk's hand and tells him that there was nothing he could have done. Domokos and Iza drive Gica home and then go to the local tavern, The Lamb, to eat. Domokos spends the time in reflection and, although he can see Iza's vulnerability, says little to her. They walk back to Antal's following the meal and Domokos tells Iza that he is going to the clinic to lie down for a while. Although she offers to accompany him, he declines and she falls asleep in front of the fire at Antal's instead.

Iza wakes up when Antal arrives home and asks her if Domokos will be returning for...

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