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Pascali continues his report to the Excellency when he awakens. He notices Bowles walking along the shore in this early morning light, and wonders where his destination lies. He recounts the rest of his evening at dinner, noting that Bowles continues to refer vaguely to his translation services. At dinner, Pascali notes his fascination with the representation of beauty and violence found within the room of Bowles, and notes to the Sultan how these concepts link him and Bowles together. However, Pascali also recognizes a growing relationship between Bowles and Lydia, and wonders briefly if this meeting at the restaurant was somewhat preplanned. Pascali notes the odd collection of characters at the table, ranging from himself, the spy, to Bowles, the new comer who promises change, to Lydia, whose wealth and culture are from unknown origins, to Herr Gesing, a German commercial agent.

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