Pascali's Island - Section 3 Summary & Analysis

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Pascali is continuing his report to the Sultan, discussing again the parallels between the island and his report. He notes that the fisherman Hassan throws his fishing net perfectly into the water, but that Pascali realizes this is a symbol for the type of detail he must avoid giving in his reports. He compares the sea to humans, tormented and violent. As he watches through the window, he sees Bowles walking up the shoreline, and crossing over to climb the rocks on the far shore. Pascali assumes he is heading towards the old harbor he has mentioned, but realizes he may be doing a shore survey to ensure proper landing for rebel forces. Pascali reminds the Sultan that the rebel forces are increasing, and that deaths on the island could benefit someone as a bargaining tool or negotiation point. Pascali also warns the Sultan that they must...

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