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Naples '44 Chapter Summary & Analysis - December Summary

Norman Lewis (author)
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December Summary and Analysis

Lewis hates the part of his job where he has to arrest people, particularly as the arrests are unnecessary and result from vendettas. He had to arrest Signora Esposito-Lau, a German married to an Italian businessman. The charge against her was spurious; nearly all Italians had collaborated with Germans. The husband, Esposito-Lau felt the arrest was due to his successful business; Lewis thinks he is probably right. And Lewis felt inept arresting people, as he had no experience with or training for the task. During some arrests, Lewis made some friends.

On Sunday, December 9th, Norman has a day off. He explores neighborhoods and describes the scenery. He notes that the poor and rich are living side by side and interacting while not really being aware of each other's presence. Lewis describes more of the local scenery and then notes the degree to which luck...

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