Naples '44 - Study Guide July Summary & Analysis

Norman Lewis (author)
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July 12th comes and Lewis has not yet been to Pozzuoli, so he takes a CIC jeep there to tour it. The city endured occupation well. Lewis describes the beauty of the city and its history as a home to great and terrible Romans. Lewis describes his lunch at Vicenzo a Mare. The city is full of ruins and legend, some of which Lewis recounts.

On the 24th, Lewis notes how extraordinary Naples' history is. The city seems largely un-European. Many of the rituals, particularly death rituals, are primitive and ancient. Evans and Lewis are sent to look through the possessions of Prince Pignatelli, who had been arrested for espionage. He had many great treasures. Lewis describes the history of some of the areas surrounding the Prince's home. Lewis's next entry records that a member of his section had to transfer a dangerous woman to...

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