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Papillon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Thirteenth Notebook, Venezuela Summary

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Thirteenth Notebook, Venezuela Summary and Analysis

In "The Fishermen of Irapa," Papillion and the others are taken in by the poor people of the fishing village, Irapa. These people have little but share it willingly. Then Papillion learns that the police are on their way to take Papillion and the other cons into custody. They are taken to Guiria. In "The Bagne at El Dorado," Papillion and the others are unceremoniously taken to the prison at El Dorado. By sticking together, they discourage violence against their little group and one of them finds a diamond which leads to an enterprise of diamond searching, eventually providing the group with a stash of the stones. In "Freedom," Papillion decides that he does not want to object to the punishment but to live out whatever he has to in order to become a freed man without the law chasing after...

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