Papillon - Study Guide Sixth Notebook, The Iles Du Salut Summary & Analysis

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In "The Arrival," Papillion determines the best way to deal with the mental challenges of solitary. He encounters the man named Dega who serves as clerk on the island and Galgani who now works for the postal service. The two show their support for Papillion and in "Solitary," smuggle in a coconut and cigarettes for him every day. He is not allowed to talk outright to anyone but shares a few murmured words with a man in an adjacent cell most days. Papillion hears a sweeping noise outside his cell and learns that the sweeper is willing to carry messages. Papillion receives condensed milk on the anniversary of his first year and a few months later, the smuggler gets caught. Papillion fakes amnesia so is not punished himself but later learns that the smuggler died...

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